The Verb SER SER The verb SER means

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The Verb SER

The Verb SER

SER The verb SER means “to be” n In Spanish, a verb has different

SER The verb SER means “to be” n In Spanish, a verb has different forms to tell you who the subject is. n Changing a verb form so that it matches its subject is called CONJUGATING. n

SER n SER is an irregular verb, so you must memorize all its forms.

SER n SER is an irregular verb, so you must memorize all its forms.

SER Yo soy Nosotros Tú eres X es Uds. Ellos Ellas Él /Ella somos

SER Yo soy Nosotros Tú eres X es Uds. Ellos Ellas Él /Ella somos son

SER n Used to tell TIME and DATE. Son las dos y media. It

SER n Used to tell TIME and DATE. Son las dos y media. It is two thirty. Es el veinte de noviembre. It is the twentieth of November.

SER n Used to tell NATIONALITY. For example: Yo soy americana. Él es puertorriqueño.

SER n Used to tell NATIONALITY. For example: Yo soy americana. Él es puertorriqueño.

SER n Used to tell WHERE SOMEONE OR SOMETHING IS FROM. Tú eres de

SER n Used to tell WHERE SOMEONE OR SOMETHING IS FROM. Tú eres de Nicaragua. Ellas son de Costa Rica.

SER n Used to connect a noun or pronoun to another noun or pronoun.

SER n Used to connect a noun or pronoun to another noun or pronoun. (identification) Eduardo es un hombre. Coquí y Sultán son gatos.

SER n Used to describe UNCHANGING characteristics. Rebeca es alta. Enrique y yo somos

SER n Used to describe UNCHANGING characteristics. Rebeca es alta. Enrique y yo somos guapos.

SER n You CANNOT use “un or una” with SER when describing someone’s profession.

SER n You CANNOT use “un or una” with SER when describing someone’s profession. Yo soy profesora. Tú eres estudiante.

LET’S REVIEW AGAIN!

LET’S REVIEW AGAIN!

SER Yo soy Nosotros Tú eres X es Uds. Ellos Ellas Ud. Él Ella

SER Yo soy Nosotros Tú eres X es Uds. Ellos Ellas Ud. Él Ella somos son

SER Used to tell TIME and DATE. Used to tell NATIONALITY. Used to tell

SER Used to tell TIME and DATE. Used to tell NATIONALITY. Used to tell WHERE SOMEONE OR SOMETHING IS FROM. Used to connect a noun or pronoun to another noun or pronoun. Used to describe unchanging characteristics. You CANNOT use “un or una” with SER when describing someone’s profession.

With nouns and names of people, use the same form of the verb as

With nouns and names of people, use the same form of the verb as for él/ella or ellos/ellas. n Mi profesora es de Mexico. n Juan y Carlos son de España.

With nouns and names of people, use the same form of the verb as

With nouns and names of people, use the same form of the verb as for él/ella or ellos/ellas. n Mi profesora es de Cuba. n Juan y Carlos son de España.

To make a sentence NEGATIVE, place the word NO directly in front of the

To make a sentence NEGATIVE, place the word NO directly in front of the verb. n Mi profesora no es de Cuba. n Es de España.

Let’s practice!!!! n. Go to p. 24 WRKBK G

Let’s practice!!!! n. Go to p. 24 WRKBK G