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Subject Pronouns. Capítulo 2A – Tu día en la escuela La clase de español Señorita Vélez. Subject Pronouns. The subject in a sentence tells you who is doing an action. People’s names are often used as the subject. Examples: Lucas escucha m úsica. Lucas listens to music.

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subject pronouns

Subject Pronouns

Capítulo 2A – Tu día en la escuela

La clase de español

Señorita Vélez

subject pronouns1
Subject Pronouns
  • The subject in a sentence tells you who is doing an action.
  • People’s names are often used as the subject.
    • Examples:

Lucas escucha música.

Lucas listens to music.

Claudia canta y baila.

Claudia sings and dances.

subject pronouns2
Subject Pronouns
  • You also use subject pronouns to tell who is doing an action.
  • These pronouns can replace the names of people.
    • Examples:

Él escucha música.

He listens to music.

Ella canta y baila.

She sings and dances.

subject pronouns in english
Subject Pronouns(In English)

S 1st I 1st We P

I L

N U

G 2nd You R

U A

L L

A 3rd He 3rd They

R She

It

subject pronouns en espa ol
Subject Pronouns(En español)

S 1st Yo 1st Nosotros P

I Nosotras L

N U

G 2nd Tú (familiar) R

U A

L L

A 3rd Él 3rd Ellos

R Ella Ellas

Usted (Ud.) (formal) Ustedes (Uds.)

subject pronouns side by side view
Subject PronounsSide by side view

1st Yo - I 1st Nosotros - We

Nosotras - We

2nd Tú – You (familiar)

3rd Él - He 3rd Ellos - They

Ella - She Ellas - They

Ud. – You (formal) Uds. – They / “Y’all”

did you see
Did you see…?
  • Did you notice that we have singular and plural pronouns?
    • The left were … ?
    • The right were … ?
  • Did you also notice the differences between 1st, 2nd, and 3rd persons?
t usted ud ustedes uds
Tú, usted (Ud.), ustedes (Uds.)
  • All mean “you”.
  • Use tú with family, friends, people that are your age or younger & anyone you call by their first name.
  • Use usted with adults you address with a title, such as señor, señora, profesor(a), etc. Usted is usually written as Ud.
  • Use ustedes when speaking to two or more people, regardless of their age. Ustedes is usually written as Uds.
who runs the world girls
Who runs the world? GIRLS!

Spanish grammar is funny!

- There can be 99 ladies in one room.

- If the group is all females, we can use

the feminine forms: nosotras or ellas .

boys eww
Boys… EWW!!!

Spanishgrammar is funny!

  • Boys like to be nosey.
  • Because of their nosiness:
    • We cannot use nosotras or ellas anymore!
  • Unfortunately, we have to use nosotros or ellos.
  • However, it is “la fiesta de Señorita Vélez” so…
    • She kicks the boy(s) out!
    • We can use the feminine forms nosotras or ellas.
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Make life & grammar easier!
  • You can combine a subject pronoun and a name to form a subject.
    • Examples:
      • Alejandro y yo = nosotros
      • Carlos y ella = ellos
      • Pedro y tú = ustedes (Uds.)
      • Lisa y ella = ellas
      • Heather y Ud. = ustedes (Uds.)
review
REVIEW
  • What begins a sentence?
  • What is often used as a subject?
  • What are the functions of Subject Pronouns?
  • What are the Spanish Subject Pronouns?
  • Which are the differences between tú, Ud. and Uds.?
  • How is Spanish grammar funny about grammar when there is a mix of boys and girls in a group?
  • How can you make grammar easier?
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