Presentación del tema: "Subject Pronouns By: Señora B. Johnson. What is a pronoun? A pronoun is a word that is used to replace a noun. (ex. Ana She, Manuel y Ramón They)"— Transcripción de la presentación:
Subject Pronouns By: Señora B. Johnson
What is a pronoun? A pronoun is a word that is used to replace a noun. (ex. Ana She, Manuel y Ramón They)
Subject Pronouns in English Approach subject pronouns as you would a novel – in persons. 1 st personIWe 2 nd personYou You/You all/Yall 3 rd personHeThey SheThey ItThey Singular Plural
Subject Pronouns in Spanish 1 st personYoNosotros/Nosotras 2 nd personTú (informal) Vosotros/Vosotras (informal – in Spain) Usted (formal) Ustedes (formal – in Sp. AND formal & informal outside of Sp.) 3 rd personÉlEllos EllaEllas Singular Plural
Read the following story Ana is a bright girl! Ana always impresses me with her intelligence. Ana is not only nice, but sweet. To only be five years old, Ana has the makings of a good leader. It sounds crazy to keep repeating Anas name. After saying her name the first time we can replace her name with the subject pronoun SHE.
Subject Pronouns in Spanish are: Yo
If the person is younger, or you know him/her well, be informal - Tú If he/she is older, or unfamiliar be Formal - Usted (Ud.) The same applies to a male – Tú/Ud.
He = ÉlShe = Ella He = ÉlShe = Ella
Nosotros, or Nosotras if there are only females present.
Vosotros, or Vosotras if informal in Spain Vosotros, or Vosotras if informal in Spain Ustedes (Uds.) if formal in Spain, or it can Ustedes (Uds.) if formal in Spain, or it can Be both formal and informal outside of Spain.
Ellos, or Ellas if there are only girls present
Practica Replace the following people with the appropriate subject pronoun. 1. Javier - 2. La señora Johnson - 3. María y yo – 4. Juan y tú - él Nosotros/nosotras if only females vosotros (in Spain), ustedes (Uds.) ella