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¿Sabes tú? You are getting ready for school, and your mother wants to make sure you have everything. Answer her questions according to the models. M odelos:

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1 ¿Sabes tú? You are getting ready for school, and your mother wants to make sure you have everything. Answer her questions according to the models. M odelos: Mamá: ¿Tienes la tarea?Mamá: ¿Necesitas una calculadora? Tú: Sí, tengo la tarea.Tú: No, no necesito una calculadora. 1. Mamá: ¿Tienes una carpeta de argollas para la clase de matemáticas? Tú: No, ___________________________________________. 2. Mamá: Necesitas un diccionario para la clase de español? Tú: Sí, ____________________________________________. 3. Mamá: ¿Tienes un lápiz? Tú: Sí, ___________________________________________. 4. Mamá: ¿Necesitas el horario? Tú: No, ___________________________________________.

2 Subject Pronouns Wh at does the subject of a sentence do? It tells who is doing the action! You often use people's names as the subject: Gregorio escucha música.Gregory listens to music. Ana canta y baila.Ana sings and dances. You also use subject pronouns. (I, you, he, she, we, they) Subject pronouns replace people's names. Él escucha música.He listens to music. Ella canta y baila.She sings and dances.

3 Here are the subject pronouns in Spanish: yoInosotroswe (masc., mas./fem) nosotraswe (fem.) tú you (informal) usted (Ud.)you (formal vosotrosyou (masc., fem.) vosotras you (fem.) ustedes (Uds.)you (formal) élhe ellashe ellosthey (masc., fem.) ellasthey (fem.) singular plural

4 Cosas importantes: ·tú, usted, ustedes and vosotros all mean "you" ·Use tú with family and friends, people your age or younger, and anyone you call by their first name ·Use usted with adults you address with a title, such as señor, señora, profesor(a), etc. Usted is usually written as Ud. ·In Latin America, use ustedes when speaking to two or more people, regardless of age. Ustedes is usually written as Uds. ·In Spain, use vosotros when speaking to two or more people you call tú individually. tú + tú = vosotros. Use ustedes when speaking to two or more people you call usted individually. ·If a group is made up of males only or of both males and females, use the masculine form. ·If a group is made up of only females, use the feminine form. ·You can combine subject pronouns and a name to form a subject. Alejandro y yo = nosotrosPepe y tú= ustedes Carlos y ella= ellosLola y ella= ellas

5 él ellosnosotros vosotros/ustedes ellas él

6 How would you talk about the following people? Write the correct subject pronoun next to their names. 1. Pablo 2. María y Ester 3. Marta y yo 4. Tú y Marisol 5. El doctor Smith 6. Jorge y Tomás 7. Carmen 8. Alicia y Roberto 9. Rolando y Elena

7 Ud. tú Uds. Ud.

8 How would you talk to the following people? Write the correct subject pronoun next to their names. 1. El profesor Santiago 2. Marta y Carmen 3. Anita y yo 4. Tu amigo Federico 5. La señorita Ibáñez 6. Ricardo 7. La profesora Suarez


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