Presentation on theme: "Pronouns take the place of:"— Presentation transcript:
1 Pronouns take the place of: SUBJECT PRONOUNSPronouns take the place of:NOUNS
2 Subject: The Subject of a sentence tells WHO is doing the action. Often you use peoples names as the subjectGregory listens to music.Ana sings and dances.
3 Subject Pronouns Gregory listens to music. Ana sings and dances.
4 Subject Pronouns Yo I Nosotros we (masc.) Nosotras we (fem.) Tú you (familiar)Usted you (formal)Vosotros you all (masc.)Vosotras you all (fem.)Ustedes you all (formal)Él heElla sheEllos they (masc.)Ellas they (fem.)
5 Tú family or friends (pets too!) people your own age or younger anyone you call by their first name.Where have you heard ‘tú’ used before?
6 Usted Adults you address with a title (Mr. Mrs. Miss or Ms.) Señor, Señora, Señorita, ProfesoraUsted is usually written as Ud.Can you think of an example of someone at SLMS you would use ‘Ud.’ to address?
7 Vosotros Used only in Spain, and a few parts of S. America Informal (like _______)Speaking to a group of peopleLook at your chart…What pronoun do you think is used in countries that do not use Vosotros?
8 Ustedes The plural form of Usted (more than one person) Normally written as Uds.Used when talking to a group of people you would address as “ustedes”Can you think of an example of a group of people at SLMS you would use ‘Uds.’ to address?
9 Subject Pronouns Alejandro y yo = Carlos y ella = Pepe y tú = Lola y ella =Yo y tú =Mis amigos y yo =Mi familia =