After teaching the lesson on the Spanish verb chord, you will want to check how well the class understood the concepts. Use the following quiz questions on the next page to assess students` understanding. In our next article, we`ll see some special cases of verb agreement in espaol, okay. Concordancia is the harmonious combination of elements in a single sentence. There are two types of agreements (Concordancia) in Spanish: nominal concordancia (Noun agreement) and verbal concordancia (verb-agreement). Let`s look at some rules for the Concordancia verbally. To understand the verb-subject chord, you must first know what a subject and a verb is. When a verb is conjugated, the infinite extension, in this case- is removed and a series of ends corresponding to one of the six fields is fixed at the end. This correspondence is the issue of the verb-subject agreement. Here is the verb hablar, conjugated in the current indicative tension. By clicking on each of them, you can hear how you pronounce them: Now we turn our attention to the verbs. A verb is a word that says what action is the subject or subjects.
The verbs are listed in the dictionary in their infinite or pre-conjugated form. The term infinitive suggests that the possibilities of the verb are infinite, that is, once it has not been conjugated, no person or number has been attributed to it. In addition to the person and the number, the verbs also have tensions. Tense shows whether the action takes place in the present, the past or the future. There are a few moments that refine how the time of an action is viewed. However, to understand the notion of subject-verb agreement, we use only a regular verb in the current form: hablar, which means to speak. 1. t/contratar 2.
el/emplear 3. ellas/alquilar 4. yo/mandar 5. Ud./mejorar 6. ellos/aumentar 7. ella/bailar 8. yo/preguntar 9. nosotros/postergar 10. yo/quitar 11. ella y yo/bailar 12. yo/llorar 13.
usted/llegar 14. nosotros/llenar 15. ellos/llevar 16. ustedes/llamar 17. t`y yo /mirar 18. vosotros/postergar 19. ellas/borrar 20. vosotros/determinar II. Adjust the following sentences with your English translations. 1. It increases. Postergo.
2. I`m postponing. b. Mejoran. 3. We rent. v. Empleas.
4. they (t) use. d. Aumenta. 5. They are getting better. e. Alquilamos.
III. Translate the following English phrases into Spanish. You don`t need to include the subject pronoun in your answer – just indicate the correct form of verb. 1. 2. You`re renting. 3. I ask. 4.
We occupy. 5. You (t) rent. 6. She listens. 7. We wear them. 8. They dance. 9.
You and I sing. 10. Evaluation. 11. We are working. 12. He checked. 13.
I rent. 14. We manufacture. 15. You (t) confirm. 16. They move. 17.
He checked. 18. She hates it. 19. I`m busy. 20. You (t) cook. If you look closely at the graph, you will see that there are four ways to tell yourself in Spanish. Let`s start with you. Te is the form used between friends. Because it has a box for itself, its verb form is unique to that box – and therefore the pronoun itself can be omitted because there can be no error as to who the subject is.
The corresponding plural, Vosotros (or Vosotras, if the group is all females) is used only in Spain. Usted is the formal or polished form. In Latin America, because Vosotros are not used, Ustedes is the only way to tell you in the plural. These two pronouns are often abbreviated in writing as Ud. and Uds. Also note that Yo and Nosotros, like you, have their own boxes. Setting time management and advising teachers on time management pronouns can also be grammatical topics. Pronouns are words that represent names, and if a pronoun is used as a subject in Spanish, it will use its subject form. As you learn in other lessons, there are other forms for other grammatical situations. As in English, there are only a handful of pronouns in Spanish.
Let`s start with the subjects. If we use the word in the grammatical sense, we are not talking about a subject. How do we see the difference? Consider the following sentence: . I. Combine the following verbs – AR to match the specified themes.