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KFG6Q2 Subj and ser

Spanish subject pronouns and verb ser 11.3.17

QuestionAnswer
Subject pronoun "I" yo
Subject pronoun YOU (familiar) tu
Subject pronoun HE/SHE el/ella
Subject pronoun YOU formal (talking to stranger, teacher, boss etc) usted
Subject pronoun WE nosotros/nosotras
Subject pronouns THEY ellos/ellas
Subject pronoun you pleural (ya’ll) ustedes
Subject pronouns (summary) I=yo, you=tu, he/she=el/ella (usted), we = nosotros, they=ellos/ellas, ya'll (you pleural)=ustedes
Replace the subject with the correct subj. pronoun: Alex y tu ustedes (your plural)
Replace the subject with the correct subj. pronoun: Ana y Sofia Ellas (they feminine)
Replace the subject with the correct subj. pronoun: Mario y yo nosotros (we)
Replace the subject with the correct subj. pronoun: Eduardo el (he)
Replace the subject with the correct subj. pronoun: Carlos y Aneta ellos (they all masculine or mixed sexes)
Replace the subject with the correct subj. pronoun: Elena ella (she)
I am Yo soy
You are Tú eres
He/she is El/ella es
You (formal) are Usted es
We are Nosotros/nosotras somos
They are Ellos/ellas son
You or you all [ya'll] (plural/formal) Ustedes son
Conjugate verb to be. yo soy, tú eres, el/ella/usted es, nosotros somos, ellos/ellas/ustedes son
Translate using subject pronouns: Jorge y Pinky are friends Ellos son amigos.
Translate using subject pronouns: I am a friend. Yo soy una amiga.
Translate using subject pronouns: You are a student. Tú eres estudiante.
Translate using subject pronouns: Ms. O is the teacher. Ella es la profesora (maestra).
Translate using subject pronouns: Kyle and Kelly are brothers. Ellos son hermanos.
Translate using subject pronouns: Mark and I are scouts. Nosotros somos scouts.
Translate using subject pronouns: Thomas is from Venezuela. Él es de Venezuela.
Created by: ka1usg