What is the correct form of ser for estudiantes de espanol?
the conjugation of los estudiantes de espanol is son :)
YES. "Los estudiantes son serios." means "The students are serious" The implication by using the verb "ser" is that this is the normal state of those students, e.g. they are consistently serious. If the phrase was "Los estudiantes están serios." this would mean the students are serious only at this movement and are usually rather playful or non-serious.
Which uses the correct form of ser El primo eres moreno Yo no son amable Tú ser alegre Ella es de Colombia?
First You in singular form, Second You in singular form also: "ExtraÃ±as la forma en que solÃas ser" First You in plural form, Second You in singular form: "ExtraÃ±an la forma en que solÃas ser" First You in singular form, Second You in plural form: "ExtraÃ±as la forma en que solÃan ser" First You in plural form, Second You in plural form also: "ExtraÃ±an la forma en que solÃan ser"
Son is a form of the verb "ser" which means "to be" when referring to something that is permanent or rarely changes, such as a physical characteristic, or someone's name. Ser can be conjugated into different forms in order to say: I am, you are, he/she is, we are, and they are. Son is the conjugated form of ser that means "they are" in Spanish.
what you mean, how do you say what do you prefer to be called in spanish in spanish or what do you to prefer to called in spanish if your thinking the first option its "lo que le hace para ser llamado en el espanol" or if you were thinking the second option its "lo que hace usted prefiere ser llamado good luck with whatever your doing bye!!!lol!
Leonardo da Vinci had seventeen half siblings. His siblings include brothers Giovanni Ser Piero, Guglielmo Ser Piero, Pandolfo Ser Piero, Giuliomo Ser Piero, Bartolomeo da Vinci, Magdalena Ser Piero, Domenico Ser Piero, Bernadetto Ser Piero, Lorenzo Ser Piero, and Antonio Ser Piero. His sisters were Violante Ser Piero, Margherita Ser Piero, Maddalena Ser Piero, Maria, and Piera. Of the other three siblings, little to nothing is known about them.
Ser is the infinitive form of the verb "to be" It refers to permanent things that don't change often typically, such as your name, your identity (like whether or not you are short or tall, etc...) and where you live. Ser conjugated is: Yo soy Tu eres El es Nosotros somos Ellos son I am you are he/she/it is we are they are
Eres ti conosco does not make sense. Eres is a form of ser (to be), meaning you (tú). Conosco is not a word. You mean conozco which is a form of conocer (to know), meaning I (yo). So the conjugation of this sentence is out of whack. If it were translated it would be something like 'You are I know' (however it wouldn't be grammatically correct).
The sentence tries to say "I am single and I want to know people" However, the sentence uses the improper form of "to be". This is one of the exceptions that proves the rule on Ser and Estar. "Yo soy soltero" is the correct way to say this, not "estoy soltero". Same goes for "married". Soy casado (I am Married) not "estoy casado" The other main exception to the ser=permanent "to be" & estar= temporary/transient…
It means "you are" "Eres" is from the verb "ser" (which means "to be") and is in the "tu" form which is "you" (singluar). There are two verbs for "to be" in spanish - "ser" and "estar". there are many different uses but very basic rule is that "ser" is used to describe something permenant, whilst "estar" is used for something which changes. example: Eres listo/a = you are intelliget ¿Estás listo/a? = are you…