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What does "ser" mean?
to be
I am
yo soy
you are (familiar)
tu eres
you are (usted)
usted es
he is
el es
she is
ella es
we are
nosotros somos
you are (plural, familiar)
vosotros sois
you are (plural, formal)
ustedes son
they are
ellos son
Nothing
Nothing
Nothing
Nothing
What are the 5 uses of "ser"?
nationality, physical characteristics, possession, date & time, personality
Nothing
Nothing
Nothing
Nothing
Change "o" to what to make an adjective feminine?
"a"
Change "r" to what to make adjective feminine?
"a"
If an adjective ends in a consonant other than ___ it is not changed.
"r"
To make a word plural, and the word ends in a vowel, what do you add?
"s"
A word ending in a consonant changes to what when made plural?
"es"
To make a word plural ending with "z", what do you have to do?
change "z" to "c" and add "es"
Definite Article (the) masculine singular form
el
Definite Article (the) masculine plural form
los
Definite Article (the) feminine singular form
la
Definite Article (the) feminine plural form
las
Indefinite article (a, an, some) masculine singular form
un
Indefinite article (a, an, some) masculine plural form
unos
Indefinite article (a, an, some) feminine singular form
una
Indefinite article (a, an, some) feminine plural form
unas
What does "de" mean?
of, from
What two words does "del" mean?
de and el
How old are you?
Cuantos anos tienes tu?
I am _____ years old.
Tengo ______ anos.
He/She is ______ years old.
El/Ella tiene _____ anos.
Tienes
he/she has
Tengo
I have
I like
me gusta, me gustan
You like (familiar, singular)
te gusta, te gustan
You like (formal, singular)
le gusta, le gustan
He likes
le gusta, le gustan
She likes
le gusta, le gustan
We like
nos gusta, nos gustan
You like (familiar, plural)
os gusta, os gustan
You like (formal, plural)
les gusta, les gustan
They like
les gusta, les gustan