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color and label pronoun charts practice sheet
La tarea: color and label pronoun charts practice sheet
Objetivo TSWBAT use the correct pronoun in Spanish in place of Subject nouns and tell which “person” is being expressed The BIG picture: knowing the correct pronouns in Spanish will help you correctly identify who you are talking to or who someone is talking about and to correctly use verbs in Spanish
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What is…. Subjective vs. objective A noun? A pronoun?
Person, place or thing A pronoun? A word that takes the place of a noun Emily ate a banana. She ate it. Subjective vs. objective He went with her. What are some pronouns for people? I, You, He/him she/her We/us,You all, ya’ll, They/them
Can you… name a pronoun that is only used in Spanish? Usted Formal You
Singular Point of view…
First person Singular I - Talking about yourself (only 1 person) I did my homework. Second person Singular You - Talking to someone You go to school. 2 people involved (speaker/listener) Third person Singular He/she - Talking about someone/thing else He ate lunch. 3 people involved (speaker/listener/object of conversation)
Which person & what pronoun?
Maria went to the store. Third person singular. /She went to the store. I slept well. First person singular You don’t like homework. Second person singular. Juan and Mario are eating lunch. Third person plural./They are eating lunch. Ana and I will work together. First person plural/We will work together.
Plural Point of view… Second person (Plural) First person (Plural)
We (plural of I)Talking about yourself and someone/others Juan and I We study. Second person (Plural) You all (ya’ll) Talking to others Plural of you (Juan and you) Ya’ll are from Texas. Third person (Plural) They (Talking about others) Plural of he/she (Carla and Ana/Juan and Mario) They eat lunch together
T chart SINGULAR PLURAL yo (I) 1. tú (you) 2. él (he) 3. ella (she)
Usted Usted (formal you), while 2nd person, needs to be different from the tú (informal you) Usted falls under 3rd person
ellos (they/them masc.) ella (she/her) ellas (they/them fem.)
Prounoun T chart SINGULAR PLURAL yo (I/me) 1. Nosotros/as (we/us) 2. tú (you) [vosotros/as (ya’ll)] ustedes (you all) 3. usted (You) él (he/him) ellos (they/them masc.) ella (she/her) ellas (they/them fem.)
What pronouns in Spanish?
yo Juan él Ana and Maria ellas Marcos and I Nosotros Maria ella Juan and Mario ellos Sr. Torres (talking to him) Usted Talking about him él You and Juan Ustedes You Tú You and Marcos (Spain) vosotros
Which person? Yo Marcos y yo Juan y Mario Ana y Elena Alejandra y tú
1st person Singular Juan y Mario Ellos/3rd person plural Alejandra y tú Ustedes/3rd person plural Sra. Roberson (about) Ella/3rd person singular To Usted/3rd person sing. Ana Ella/2nd person singular Marcos y yo Nosotros/1st person plural Ana y Elena Ellas/3rd person plural Srta. Meinecke y tú Ustedes/3rd person plural Carlos Él/3rd person singular Elena Ella/3rd person singular
¿Cuál pronombre? “we” when speaking for your team
nosotros “They” when speaking about your parents Ellos “you” when speaking to a group of teachers Ustedes “you” when speaking to a group of friends Talking about your brother éL Talking about Julia and Ana ellas
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