1) I can use the six conjugations of the verb "ser".
Ser: to be
(I am) yo: soy (We are) nostotros/as: somos
(You are) tú: eres (You all-Spain are) vosotros/as: sois
(You are-formal / he/she is) usted/él/ella: es (You all/they are) ustedes/ellos/ellas: son
2) I can re-write a sentence to make it negative, or say the opposite.
* The word "no" always goes right BEFORE the verb.
3) I know which letters of which words need accents, and which ones need tildes.
* Get the accent and tilde list again in Class Documents.
4) I can add periods, question marks, or exclamation points to Spanish sentences.
¿ ? ¡ !
* See how to make these and other Spanish symbols on your own computer!
- Use the textbook to study (pages 24-27, and the bottom of page 34).
- Study from your notes (need another copy?).
- Study from your worksheet (need another copy?).
- Fill in a blank "ser" conjugation chart from memory (print a copy here).
- Use Quizlet to study.
- Study with a friend.
- Check out the other study ideas from the learning strategies handout in class (or print a new one).
- Learn the words that have accents and tildes, and which letters the accents and tildes are on.
- Practice writing questions and exciting statements in Spanish that use the upside-down punctuation at the beginning.
- Practice adding "no" to the correct place in sentences to make the meaning negative.
- Practice Grammar 2 punctuation and accents online.
- Watch a helpful youtube video about "ser" to get it all figured out.
- Here is some "ser" practice
- "Ser" matching practice
- Battleship to practice "ser"
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