2ConjugationA. Repaso: - A verb tells the action of a sentence. ex: run or sing - or a word like am, is, or are that links the subject to a description. Yo soy de Venezuela. ¿De dónde eres?I am from Venezuela. Where are you from?
3What does ‘conjugated’ mean? Conjugationthe process of changing a verbto tell who is doing the action andto place it in time (tense)Conjugation tells us who and when.Ex: I walk to town. Mary and I walked to town.
4Ser“To be” is one of the most important verbs in both English and Spanish.Ser is a verb in the infinitive form- this means the verb has not been conjugated- it has the word “to” in front of itSer = “to be.”Every sentence in Spanish must have a conjugated verbEx: Juan es mi amigo.
5SER - to beNosotrosNosotrasEllosEllasUstedessomossonI amYou areHe isShe issoyeresesWe areThey areYou all areYoTúElEllaUsted
6In Spanish, a verb has different forms to tell you who the subject is. Ex: Yo soy la profesora. Soy inteligente.Juan es mi amigo. Es de Doylestown.
7PracticaMatch the conjugated forms of SER with their corresponding subject pronouns. Write the letter on the line. _____1. Es A. yo_____2. Eres B. nosotros_____3. Somos C. tú_____4. Son D. él_____5. Soy E. ellas
8Nouns and names of people With nouns and names of people,use the same form of ser as forél/ella or ellos/ellas.Mi profesora es de Cuba.Juan y Carlos son de España.
9Negation: NoTo make a sentence negative, place no in front of the verbMi profesora no es de Cuba.Juan y Carlos no son de España.