You need to improve the way you write and think in Spanish. Subjects This is an interactive presentation. You need your work sheet, your pencil, and your Spanish book or dictionary. ~Sra. J. L. Dunnigan Raleigh, NC
yo tú usted él ella nosotros vosotros ustedes ellos ellas #2 Let’s Review
#3 Tú or Usted • When you are talking to someone, you must decide whether to use tú or usted. • Find #3 on your worksheet. Write down either tú or usted with the following people. • 1. your mother 4. a classmate • 2. the principle 5. a store clerk • 3. your best friend 6. the president
What other words can we use to let us know that the nosotros form of the verb is needed? anybody else y yo Paco y yo Mis amigos y yo Mi perro (dog) y yo Ana, Paco y yo #4 Nosotros means we
#5 Vosotros and Ustedes • Remember that they both are you plural forms. • Vosotros is used in Spain as the plural of tú. • In other Spanish speaking countries ustedes is used as the plural of tú. • For this reason, we will primarily use ustedes.
What other words can we use to let us know that the ustedes form of the verb is needed? anybody y tú anybody y usted tu familia y tú los profesores y usted Susi, Pablo y tú Sra. García y usted #6 Ustedes
#7 Practice • What subject pronouns would you use to substitute for the following people? • Find #7 on your answer sheet to write your answers. • 1. Carmen • 2. Mis amigos y yo • 3. Margarita y Susi • 4. Paco y Ana • 5. Beto y tú • 6. el doctor García
# 8 Other Nouns • Where do other nouns go on the chart? • How do you know what ending to put on the verb?
#9 Singular Nouns • The verb that goes with a singular noun uses the 3rd person singular endings. • Find #9 on your answer sheet and write the endings for 3rd person verbs. • Remember there are 3 types of verbs in Spanish...-ar, -er, and –ir. • Did you write......... • –a, -e, and –e?
#10 Singular Nouns • The noun can be proper or improper nouns. • Raleigh is the capital of NC. • My dog eats a lot. • Susan talks too much. • My mom is a good cook. • My family is large.
#11 Plural Nouns • The verb that goes with a plural noun uses the 3rd person plural verb endings. • Find #11 on your answer sheet and write the endings for the 3rd person plural verbs. • Did you write..... • -an, -en, and –en?
#12 Plural Nouns • Fort Worth and Dallas are located in Texas. • My friends are nice. • Ken and John study a lot. • The books are in the library. • My sister and her husband live in Scotland.
#13 Comer • The forms of comer are provided for you on your answer sheet under #13. • Write the form of comer that goes with each of the following subjects. • 1. Mis perros • 2. Mi familia • 3. Marta y tú • 4. Toño y yo • 5. Mi gato • 6. Yo • 7. Tú • 8. Margarita y Pablo
El Fin • Check your answers. • Give your answer sheet to your teacher to be graded.