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Subject Pronouns

A prezi talking about spanish pronouns

David A.

on 7 May 2011

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Transcript of Subject Pronouns

Subject Pronouns Learning Spanish can be fun... but sometimes you have to start with boring basics... That's why today we're going to learn about... When your creating a sentence, it's important to have a subject. Most subjects are nouns. Proper nouns, are a little more gerenal. So,What is it? In English, You have
You-all You use them at the beginning of a sentence, whenever you what to state the subject indirectly. This will let you refer to the same subject without repeating it. In spanish, things are a little different I=Yo You=Tú He=él
You formal=Usted We=nosotros You all=vosotros They (male)=ellos
(They form.)=ustedes Fact: Spanish Pronouns are actually organized by gender that affects the entire sentence. For example... Ella habla. Pronoun Anything that ends in "a" is feminine and anything that ends in "o" will make it masculine. Both will aslo change the nouns in the rest of the sentence. Fact: If you can have muliple nouns, you can have multiple subjects. These can change the sentence too. For example... Nosotros hablamos Espanol. If the subject is purlar, then the nouns have to be plural too. This is the only way sentence can make sence. Matches the "we" part. Plural Singular The End
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