SPAN 101 Lecture 3: class 3

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2 Aug 2016
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Number Review
If a number ends in “s” when past 10, add an accent on the vowel
Pronombres de Subjeto (subject pronouns)
Singular
o1st person: yo
o2nd person: tú
o3rd: usted (formal you), él (he), elle (she)
tù does not equal tu (tù =you, tu=your)
él does not equal el (él=he, el=the)
Plural
o1st person: nosotros/as
o2nd person: vosotros/as
o3rd person: ustedes, ellos, ellas
Verbo “ser” – to be
yo “soy”
tú “eres”
nosotros “somos”
vosotros “sois”
used/él/elle “es” (“s”)
ustedes/ellos/ellas “son”
General: Most verbs end in “ar”, “er”, or “ir”
Only use “ser” to:
oIdentify people
Soy Cailin, son profesores)
oIdentify things
Es un diccioario, son computadoras
oExpress possession – possession + ser + de + possessor
De quién es el lápiz? – whose pencil is it?
El lápiz es de Juan
oExpress Origin – person + ser + de + origin
Davis es de Guatemala
oSomeone’s occupation
Paco es doctor
Not “Paco es un doctor
oTo tell time – Ser + time
Es la una
Son las doce
Words
Suitcase – maleta
And – eh (ee)
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