Los Pronombres. M/J Spanish 1 1.05. Before you start this unit, let’s review a few English grammar points. In English, when we talk about the subject of a sentence we are talking about…. …the main idea of a sentence. For example, in the sentence, “The boy listens to great music.”
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M/J Spanish 1
Before you start this unit, let’s review a few
English grammar points.
In English, when we talk about the subject of a sentence we are talking about…
…the main idea
of a sentence.
in the sentence,
“The boy listens to great music.”
“boy” is the subject,
because the sentence
is about him.
If we want to talk about the boy
as the subject of a sentence
we could use the pronoun “he”.
The sentence then becomes:
He listens to great music.
Do you know what the subject pronouns are in English?
The subject pronouns in English are
The subject pronouns in Spanish are
Why so many compared to English?
How many different ways do we say “you” in English if we use slang?
…And there are two ways to say “they””
So remember:Spanish isn’t English isn’t Spanish isn’t English…
Let’s go over those Spanish pronouns:Yo
“I am a yo-yo…
Tú means you, my friend or familiar one
…you are a
Él means he
…he rides the El train...
Ella means she
…with my Aunt Ella….
‘Want to know what they all mean?