What are the three forms of Ser?
Lesson: Ser or Estar in Spanish
What are the 5 forms of ser in Spanish?
Terms in this set (5)
- Yo. soy. I am.
- Tú eres. You are (own age group)
- El/Ella/Ud. es. He/She/It is.
- Ellos/Ellas/Uds. son. They are.
- Nosotros. somos. We are.
What is the ellos ellas form of ser?
|Subject||Affirmative (be/let’s be)||Negative (don’t be/let’s not be)|
What is the present form of ser?
Present Simple of Ser
|Subject Pronouns||Ser Conjugation: Present Simple||Translation|
|él/ella/usted||es||he/she is – you formal are|
Is ERA a conjugation of ser?
So you know exactly when to use ‘ser’ (to be) in the preterite or imperfect tense, this lesson gives you the respective conjugations and illustrates both uses to get you using the language right away….Lesson Summary.
What is difference between FUE and era?
1. “Era” is the imperfect tense of the Spanish verb “ser” while “fue” is its preterite tense. 2. “Era” is used to describe how things were or how a person was while “fue” is used to narrate an event that happened in the past and how it happened.
What is the conjugation of SER in present indicative?
Ser Present Indicative. The conjugations for ser in the present indicative tense are totally irregular. The first person singular conjugation soy is similar to other verbs like dar (doy), estar (estoy) and ir (voy).
What is the gerund of Ser?
Ser Present Progressive/Gerund Form. The gerund or present participle is formed with the stem of the verb and the ending -iendo (for -er and -ir verbs). It can be used to form progressive tenses like the present progressive, which is usually accompanied by the auxiliary verb estar. Present Progressive of Ser.
What are the compound tenses of Ser?
Compound Tenses of Ser. The perfect tenses are made by using the appropriate form of haber and the past participle, sido. The progressive tenses use estar with the gerund, siendo. The progressive tenses of ser are rarely used.
What is the conditional tense in Ser Ser?
Ser Conditional Indicative The conditional tense is normally translated to English as “would + verb.” It is formed regularly like the future tense, by starting with the infinitive form and adding the conditional endings.