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Add this Topic to the Table of Contents in your Apuntes Section: Subject Pronouns

Add this Topic to the Table of Contents in your Apuntes Section: Subject Pronouns & Ser Lesson Objective: I will be able to compare and contrast subject pronouns in English and Spanish. Essential Questions: What do the Spanish subject pronouns tell us about how Hispanic people interact?

Repaso What is a Pronoun? : A pronoun replaces / takes the place of

Repaso What is a Pronoun? : A pronoun replaces / takes the place of a noun. For example: if we are talking about someone, like Mr. Lansa, and we didn’t want to say Mr. Lansa over and over again, we would say, he.

English Subject Pronouns Singular 1 st Person 2 nd Person 3 rd Person Plural

English Subject Pronouns Singular 1 st Person 2 nd Person 3 rd Person Plural

Los sujetos pronombres españoles Singular 1 st Person 2 nd Person 3 rd Person

Los sujetos pronombres españoles Singular 1 st Person 2 nd Person 3 rd Person Plural

Tú vs Usted Both Tú and Usted translate as You in English. Tú is

Tú vs Usted Both Tú and Usted translate as You in English. Tú is Informal/casual and can be used with friends, close family members, younger people Usted is Formal/respectful and can be used with more traditional family members, people you don’t know well, authority figures, and anyone. whom you wish to show respect to For some people, it is helpful to think of Usted as Sir or Ma’am. We can abbreviate Usted: Ud.

Let’s write some questions A. These can be “quiz questions” Example: • What does

Let’s write some questions A. These can be “quiz questions” Example: • What does mean? • What’s the difference between • How would you say? and ? B. These can be “point of confusion questions” Example: • I don’t understand . Does it mean ? C. These can be “curious questions” Example: • Would you ever say or do ?

Other Spanish Subject Pronouns Singular 1 st Person 2 nd Person 3 rd Person

Other Spanish Subject Pronouns Singular 1 st Person 2 nd Person 3 rd Person Plural

Practice … what are the Spanish subject pronouns for these people? 1. Carlos 2.

Practice … what are the Spanish subject pronouns for these people? 1. Carlos 2. Ana Él Ella 3. Ana y Carlos Ellos 4. Ana y Luisa Ellas 5. Carlos y yo Nosotros 6. Tú y tus amigos Ustedes Repaso: Y means AND Any time you have the subject “…y yo”, this is equal to Nosotros. Any time you have the subject “Tú y…”, this is equal to Ustedes.

Let’s summarize 1. Review (re-read) the objective and essential question. 2. Give a 1

Let’s summarize 1. Review (re-read) the objective and essential question. 2. Give a 1 complete sentence summary of the what we were doing/explain what the lesson objective means. 3. Answer the essential question in 1 sentence. 4. Answer 2 to 3 of the questions you wrote yourself. 5. How and when would you use this outside of the classroom. 6. Important “steps” to know? 7. Anything else important to know about what we did today?

Topic: Subject Pronouns & Ser Lesson Objective: I will be able to • explain

Topic: Subject Pronouns & Ser Lesson Objective: I will be able to • explain conjugation and how we see it in the verb “To Be” in the English language • compare/contrast “To Be” with Ser/identify the conjugations of the verb Ser Essential Questions: Why don’t we say “I be from Tucson”?

Grammar Terms Conjugation: a set of the forms of a verb. Examples: am, are,

Grammar Terms Conjugation: a set of the forms of a verb. Examples: am, are, is, was, were are conjugations of the verb To Be. ¿Cómo se dice Conjugation en español? : Conjugacíon. In English we must use the correct conjugation of the verb To Be in order to sound grammatically correct/normal to other English speakers. .

One of the Spanish equivalents of the verb To Be in English is the

One of the Spanish equivalents of the verb To Be in English is the verb “Ser ” in Spanish, which also has conjugations. Actually, unlike English, all Spanish verbs will conjugate.

To be Singular English: I am 1 st Person Español: Plural English: We are

To be Singular English: I am 1 st Person Español: Plural English: We are Español: 2 nd English: You are Person Español: English: Español: rd 3 English: He is Person Español: English: She is Español: English: Español: English: They are Español: English: Español:

Ser Singular English: I am Español: Yo soy Plural English: We are Español: Nosotros

Ser Singular English: I am Español: Yo soy Plural English: We are Español: Nosotros somos English: You are Vos English: You all are Español: Tú eres sos Español: Vosotros sois English: You are Español: Ud. es English: He is Español: Él es English: She is Español: Ella es English: You all are Español: Uds son English: They are Español: Ellos son English: They are Español: Ellas son

You already have this written down Ser To be Singular Plural Fill this in

You already have this written down Ser To be Singular Plural Fill this in who you are and what you’re like We use Ser to say : ____________. irregular verb. Ser is an ____

Let’s write some questions A. These can be “quiz questions” Example: • What does

Let’s write some questions A. These can be “quiz questions” Example: • What does mean? • What’s the difference between • How would you say? and ? B. These can be “point of confusion questions” Example: • I don’t understand . Does it mean ? C. These can be “curious questions” Example: • Would you ever say or do ?

 Subject Pronoun English Translation Form of Ser Subject Pronoun + Ser Yo Soy

Subject Pronoun English Translation Form of Ser Subject Pronoun + Ser Yo Soy I am You are Tú eres (casual) Usted es You are Él es He is Ella es She is 1 st Person Singular Yo Soy 2 nd Person Singular Tú Eres 3 rd Person Singular Usted Él Ella Es 1 st Person Plural Nosotros We are Nosotros Somos somos 3 rd Person Plural Ustedes Ellos Ellas Ustedes son You all are Son Ellos son They are Ellas son They are

Let’s summarize 1. Review (re-read) the objective and essential question. 2. Give a 1

Let’s summarize 1. Review (re-read) the objective and essential question. 2. Give a 1 complete sentence summary of the what we were doing/explain what the lesson objective means. 3. Answer the essential question in 1 sentence. 4. Answer 2 to 3 of the questions you wrote yourself. 5. How and when would you use this outside of the classroom. 6. Important “steps” to know? 7. Anything else important to know about what we did today?

Topic: Subject Pronouns & Ser Lesson Objective: I will be able to • use

Topic: Subject Pronouns & Ser Lesson Objective: I will be able to • use the verb Ser without subject pronouns Essential Questions: • Can we use the verb To Be with things that are not people? • What is our ultimate goal in learning Subject Pronouns & Ser?

In English, with the verb To Be We could say “Mr. Lansa is” or

In English, with the verb To Be We could say “Mr. Lansa is” or “He is” Spanish is the same way. We can say “Él es” or “Mr. Lansa es. ”

� Practice … what form of Ser goes with these subject pronouns and people.

� Practice … what form of Ser goes with these subject pronouns and people. Ejemplo: Yo Ella soy es Nosotros somos Carlos y Ana y yo es son somos Repaso: Y means AND

Question Can we use the verb To Be with things that are not people?

Question Can we use the verb To Be with things that are not people? Yes. In English we would say “the car is”, or “the bicycles are”, “the dog is”, or “the cats are”.

Spanish is the same way • “the car is” el carro es • “the

Spanish is the same way • “the car is” el carro es • “the bicycles are” las bicicletas son • “the dog is” el perro es • “the cats are” los gatos son For singular objects like “car” & “dog”, use es For plural objects like “bicycles” & “cats”, use son

Practice … what form of Ser goes with these subject pronouns and people. Ejemplo:

Practice … what form of Ser goes with these subject pronouns and people. Ejemplo: Tú eres Ana y Luisa son Papá Mi familia y yo Tú y tus amigos es somos son La escuela (school) es Las clases (classes) son

Let’s write some questions A. These can be “quiz questions” Example: • What does

Let’s write some questions A. These can be “quiz questions” Example: • What does mean? • What’s the difference between • How would you say? and ? B. These can be “point of confusion questions” Example: • I don’t understand . Does it mean ? C. These can be “curious questions” Example: • Would you ever say or do ?

Reflect: Take out a half sheet of paper Answer these 3 questions in complete

Reflect: Take out a half sheet of paper Answer these 3 questions in complete sentences. You will be turning this in, please put your name on this. 1. What is the difference between Tú and Usted? 2. What is the difference between Ellos and Ellas? 3. What 3 Spanish subject pronouns are not used in the American Southwest? There a few short response questions on the next slide

A. Fill in the first blank with the form of ser that matches the

A. Fill in the first blank with the form of ser that matches the subject pronoun. B. Next translate the answer to English. Ejemplo: Yo Yo soy I am 4. Tú 5. Ella 6. Nosotros 7. Ellos 8. Él 9. Ustedes 10. Nosotras 11. Ellas 12. Usted Turn this in when done.

Let’s summarize 1. Review (re-read) the objective and essential question. 2. Give a 1

Let’s summarize 1. Review (re-read) the objective and essential question. 2. Give a 1 complete sentence summary of the what we were doing/explain what the lesson objective means. 3. Answer the essential question in 1 sentence. 4. Answer 2 to 3 of the questions you wrote yourself. 5. How and when would you use this outside of the classroom. 6. Important “steps” to know? 7. Anything else important to know about what we did today?