This is what is used with all names: names that refer to the male sex (like the boy), the female sex (like the actress) and those that don`t have a gender (like the radio, the restaurant and most other names in English). c. Should the words in the English sentence be changed? in the Spanish Sen-tence? What do you conclude about the adjective agreement in Spanish? 3 Ser with adjectives are words that describe people or things. You can use the verb with adjectives to describe what someone is in Spanish. Carlos es simpático. Mi amigo y yo somos pelirrojos. Ana es simpática. Rosa y Julio her inteligente. In Spanish, you usually don`t need the subject`s pronoun when you know what the subject is. Cómo es el profesor ? Es bajo y gracioso. To say how someone is not, put no in front of the verb. No Soy Baja.
Soy alta. The adjective tall or any other English adjective does not change its form, whether it describes a noun that is singular or plural, masculine or feminine. In English, words that describe people or things are called adjectives. They can be used with the verb “to be” to say what someone or something is. In Spanish, people or things are also described with adjectives. However, they modify their endings to match the gender of the nouns or pronouns they describe. Most adjectives have a masculine form that ends on o, and a feminine form that ends on a. (The teacher is a noun; funny, friendly, and tall are adjectives.) Adjetivos: agreement of numbers too!!. Adjetivos: The adjectives of Repaso correspond by gender.
Select the correct form of the adjective. 1. Ella es (Alt/Alta). 2. Ser with adjective preview Ser with adjective subject pronouns Robert is large. (Robert is a noun; grand is an adjective.) This pretty girl is tall too. (Girls are a noun; pretty and tall are adjectives.) The teachers are funny and friendly. They are all big too. If you are talking about a name as a general category, use a specific article that matches English. In Spanish, this has different forms that correspond to the name of the sex and number: a circle of each adjective and underlines the noun or pronoun it describes.
Then check if the noun described is a singular (S) or a plural (P). In Spanish, all names have a gender: male names tend to end on o (helado) and female names tend to end on a (fiesta). To create a plural noun, add an s to a noun that ends on a vowel, or add it to a noun that ends with a consonant. C Surround the appropriate adjective to complete each sentence.1. Teresa es (pelirroja/pelirrojas). 6 Question To ask a question that can be answered by sí or not, simply raise the tone at the end of the question or add question marks. If the subject is included, it can go before or after the verb. Eres extraverdo.
They are sociable. The extraverdo? Are you sociable? La profesora es simpática. The teacher is nice. ¿Es simpática la profesora ? Is the teacher nice? MASCULINE FEMININESINGULAR el profesoraPLURAL los profesores las profesoras D Rewrite the following sentences so that the theme is feminine and pluralistic. Then answer the questions in c. D 1. Translate this question yes/no into English: Juan es de Espaa? B Put the specific articles in the following sentences and underline the accompanying Nouneach article. Then check the corresponding column to determine if the Nomen is a male (M) or a female (F), a singular (S) or a plural (P). .
In English Some questions with the verb “yes” or “no” require as an answer. In such cases, the subject should normally follow the verb. A Circle of specific articles in the following sentences, and underline the article nouneach goes with it. 1. Me gusta el ajedrez.2. Te gusta la comida china?3. Las compaeras de clase son bonitas.4. Hoy es el cumpleaos de Ana.5. No me gusta la msica pop.6. Te gustan mucho las verduras?7. Los libros de aventuras son fenomenales.8.
Me gustan ms los deportes. . If you`re asking for more information, use answer words. They are all marked with an accent. Cmo es Eugenia? How is Eugenia? De dnde eres? Where are you from? Who is the teacher of ciencas? Who is the science teacher? What is it? What time is it? Cuntos aos tienes? How old are you? Cundo the cumpleaos? When is your birthday? In English, the words used to name people, places, and things are called names. Often, a name is introduced by the specific article the. . .