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Subject Pronouns and AR verb conjugations
Subject Pronouns and
AR verb conjugations
As you click through this powerpoint,
you will need to answer the
questions on your worksheet. At the
end, you will need to check AND
CORRECT your answers
Let’s review subject pronouns
first.
For each of the next slides,
you will need to translate the
subject pronoun to SPANISH
Yo?
What does it mean in English?
Tú?
• What does it mean in
English?
Usted?
• What does it mean
in English?
Ella?
• What does it mean in
English?
Él?
• What does it mean in
English?
Nosotros?
• What does it mean in English?
Nosotras?
• What does it mean in English?
Vosotros and Vosotras?
• What does it mean in English?
Ustedes?
• What does it mean in English?
Ellos?
• What does it mean in
English?
Ellas?
• What does it mean in English?
CIRCLE THE SUBJECT
PRONOUNS
• What are all the
SINGULAR subject
pronouns?
CLOUD (make a cloud) around the plural
subject pronouns
• List all of the plural
subject pronouns
Now…let’s practice with subject pronouns
• Replace the following subjects with the correct subject
pronoun. This would be if you were talking ABOUT them
• 1. Mi madre
• 2. Tu padre
• 3. Carlos y yo
• 4. Mickie y Minnie Mouse
• 5. Sra. Dickerson
• 6. La chica y yo
• 7. Los chicos
Time to conjugate the verbs!!!!!!!!!!
• What are all of the endings
to the AR verbs in order?
• Conjugate the verb CANTAR
in all 6 forms in order
What about SINGULAR COLLECTIVE
NOUNS???
What is YOUR personal definition of a
singular collective noun?
List some examples (in English or
Spanish) of singular collective
nouns
• What form of the conjugation
does singular collective nouns
use in Spanish?
Give the ENDING of the verb for the
following subjects:
1. Mi clase _______________
2. Tu madre y yo __________________
3. Tu madre y tu padre _____________________
4. Tú __________________
5. Yo ______________
6. La clase y yo ___________________
7. El grupo _____________________
8. Tu familia ____________________
9. Tus amigos _________________________
10. Tus amigos y tú __________________________
Time to conjugate some verbs.
• Fill in the missing verb in parenthesis
based on the SUBJECT of the sentence.
• 1. Yo ________________ mucho en la clase (hablar)
• 2. Sra. Dickerson ____________ en la clase bien
(enseñar)
• 3. ¿Quién ________________ un instrumento en
música? (tocar)
• 4. ¿Quiénes _________________ la radio (escuchar)?
• 5. Tu amiga no ____________ bien. (bailar)
• 6. Tú ___________________ muchos deportes el
sábado. (practicar)
Time to answer some general grammar
questions!
Are you ready?
Answer on your sheet!
1. What is the difference
between Tu and Tú?
2. What verb ending goes
with QUIEN and which one
goes with QUIENES?
3. What does it mean to
conjugate a verb?
4. What are the 3
categories of verbs?
5. What letter does an
infinitive verb always end
in?
6. What ending do singular
collective nouns get?
7. When do I use
Tú and when do I use Usted?
8. When do I used
VOSOTROS?
•Ready to check your
answers????
Let’s review subject pronouns first.
For each of the next slides, you will
need to translate the subject pronoun
to SPANISH
Yo?
I
Tú?
• YOU
Usted?
• You formal
Ella?
• She
Él?
• HE
Nosotros?
• We mixed gender
Nosotras?
• We group of girls
Vosotros and Vosotras?
• You all (only in Spain)
Ustedes?
• You all, EVERYWHERE except Spain!
Ellos?
• They mixed gender
Ellas?
• They girls only
CIRCLE THE SUBJECT
PRONOUNS
• Yo, Tú, él, ella, Usted
CLOUD (make a cloud) around the plural
subject pronouns
• Nosotros, nosotras,
vosotros, vosotras, ellos,
ellas, ustedes
Now…let’s practice with subject pronouns
• Replace the following subjects with the correct subject
pronoun. This would be if you were talking ABOUT them
• 1. Mi madre- Ella
• 2. Tu padre-él
• 3. Carlos y yo- nosotros
• 4. Mickie y Minnie Mouse- ellos
• 5. Sra. Dickerson- ella
• 6. La chica y yo- nosotros or nosotras
• 7. Los chicos- ellos
Time to conjugate the verbs!!!!!!!!!!
• What are all of the endings
to the AR verbs in order?
• O, as, a, amos, áis, an
• Conjugate the verb CANTAR
in all 6 forms in order
• Canto
• Cantas
• Canta
• Cantamos
• Cantáis
• cantan
What about SINGULAR COLLECTIVE
NOUNS???
What is YOUR personal definition of a
singular collective noun?- group
represented by one
List some examples (in English or
Spanish) of singular collective
nouns- el grupo, la familia, la clase
It takes the A (he, she it
form!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!)
• What form of the conjugation
does singular collective nouns
use in Spanish?
Give the ENDING of the verb for the
following subjects:
1. Mi clase ______A_________
2. Tu madre y yo _________Amos_________
3. Tu madre y tu padre ________an_____________
4. Tú __________as________
5. Yo ________o______
6. La clase y yo _______amos____________
7. El grupo _______a______________
8. Tu familia _______a_____________
9. Tus amigos ______an___________________
10. Tus amigos y tú ___an_______________________
Time to conjugate some verbs.
• Fill in the missing verb in parenthesis based on the SUBJECT
of the sentence.
• 1. Yo ______hablo______ mucho en la clase (hablar)
• 2. Sra. Dickerson __enseña_______ en la clase bien
(enseñar)
• 3. ¿Quién _____toca_________ un instrumento en
música? (tocar)
• 4. ¿Quiénes ____escuchan_________ la radio
(escuchar)?
• 5. Tu amiga no __baila________ bien. (bailar)
• 6. Tú _______practicas______ muchos deportes el
sábado. (practicar)
Time to answer some general grammar
questions!
Are you ready?
Answer on your sheet!
1. What is the difference
between Tu and Tú?
2. Tu is Your, Tú is you
2. What verb ending goes
with QUIEN and which one
goes with QUIENES?
Quién- A (singular)
Quiénes- An (plural)
3. What does it mean to
conjugate a verb?
Change the ending to
match the subject
4. What are the 3
categories of verbs?
Ar, er, and ir
5. What letter does an
infinitive verb always end
in?
R
6. What ending do singular
collective nouns get?
A
7. When do I use
Tú and when do I use Usted?
when you are talking to a
friend, tú and an adult, usted
8. When do I used
VOSOTROS?
ONLY IN SPAIN
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