In Spanish, you use second-person pronouns with their own clear verbs; Third-party pronouns share verb forms with third-party pronouns; see z.B. above. 1. If we have only one subject, the verb in number and person corresponds to this. In the following sentences, the subject is printed in bold. In our next article, we will see some special cases of consolation in español, okay? III. Translate the following short sentences into English into Spanish. You don`t need to include the subject`s pronoun in your answer – just indicate the correct verb. 1. tú/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. tú y yo/mirar 18. vosotros/postergar 19. ellas/borrar 20. vosotros/determinar II. Adapt the following sentences to their English translations. 1. It is increasing.
A. Postergo. 2. If we are compuesto subjects (two or more subjects), the verb must be in the plural form. After informing the lesson of the Spanish subject-worm agreement, you should check how well the class has understood the concepts. Use the following quiz questions on the next page to assess students` understanding. In Spanish, it is very common to see sentences where the verb corresponds to nosotros (as) and vosotros (as)/ustedes, but they are not pronoun, but they are substantive. Here are some examples: Concordancia is the harmonious combination of elements in a single sentence. There are two types of agreements (concordancia) in Spanish: the concordancia nominale (nominative agreement) and the concordancia verbale (verbal agreement). Let`s look at some rules for concordancia verbally.