Subject Verb Agreement In Spanish Language

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By ordering these forms of subjects in a particular pattern, with the singular shapes on the left and the plurals on the right, we create a kind of drawer arrangement. The pattern he creates has three boxes on the left for the three singular shapes and three on the right for plural shapes. In addition, each drawer has its appropriate verb shape. You can visualize this correspondence by imagining two of these identical drawer schemes on top of the other, one representing the subject`s pronouns and the other representing the corresponding verb forms. The two lower boxes each contain three elements: left, el, ella and usted; right ellos, ellas and ustedes. Let`s start with the topics. If we use the word subject in a grammatical sense, we are not talking about subject. What do we see the difference? Consider the following sentence: let us now turn to verbs. A verb is a word that says what the action of the subject or subjects is. Verbs are listed in the dictionary in their infinitive or pre-conjugated form.

The infinitive term suggests that the possibilities of the verb are infinite – that is, it has not yet been conjugated, no person or number has been assigned to it. In addition to the person and the number, verbs also have tense forms. Tense shows whether the plot takes place in the present, past or future. There are a few forms of time that fine-tune the way the time of an action is displayed. However, to understand the concept of subject-verb concordance, we will use only one regular verb in the present tense: hablar, which means to speak. 2. If we are subject compuesto (two or more subjects), the verb must be in the plural form. Grammatically, subjects carry out an action. In Spanish, subjects can be singular or plural.

The subjects are either names, they are names, labels, if you want to identify a person, for example John, him, me, she, she, you. A subject does not need to be human. Maybe it`s an animal like rover, dog, elephant. It may be a plant, as in the rose. It could be a thing, like a corkscrew or a beaque shot. It could even be an abstraction like love or envy. Therefore, all nouns have the right to be the grammatical subject of a sentence. Here are some of the above examples that are used as grammatical themes: If you look carefully at the graph, you will see that there are four ways to tell yourself in Spanish. Let`s start with tú. Tú is the form used between friends. Since it has a box for itself, the corresponding verb form is unique for that box – and therefore the pronoun itself can be omitted, because there can be no error about who the subject is.

The corresponding plural, Vosotros (or Vosotras, if the group is exclusively female) is only used in Spain. Usted is the formal or polished form. In Latin America, because Vosotros is not used, ustedes is the only way to tell you in the plural. These two pronouns are often abbreviated in writing in Ud. and Uds. Also note that Yo and Nosotros, like Tú, have their own boxes. If a verb is conjugated, the infinitivation, in this case -ar, is removed and a number of endings corresponding to each of the six boxes are placed at the end. This correspondence is what it is about in the subject-verb concordance. Here is the verb hablar, conjugating in the present. If you click on each, you can hear how to pronounce them: Although the pronoun can be used in English as a subject, there is no proper use of a pronoun. . .


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