Spanish Grammar Review - Hay, Ser, Estar, Gustar

Spanish Grammar Review - Hay, Ser, Estar, Gustar - HAY,...

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Unformatted text preview: HAY, SER, ESTAR Y GUSTAR VERBS THAT NEED SPECIAL ATTENTION 3.1.1 HABER (hay, haba) Is used to indicate existence or enumerate things. Hay + un, una, dos, tres . . . + noun Ejemplo: Hay una biblioteca en la Universidad or Hay tres estudiantes Hay + noun in plural Ejemplo: Hay playas (not one in particular, there are some...) 3.1.2. SER vs. ESTAR (to be) SER 1. Identity: Yo soy Mercedes 2. Origin or Nationality Yo soy de Espaa (de+country) Yo soy espaola 3. Profession: Yo soy profesora de espaol 4. Description of people, places or objects (permanent) Juan es simptico 5. Time: Es la una y media 6. Material something is made of: (de) La camiseta es de algodn 7. Possessions: (de) El libro de qumica es de Ana 8. Evaluating activities or periods of time: Las vacaciones son fenomenales Este diccionario es muy bueno ESTAR 1. Location in space Ana est en Nueva York 2. Feelings (no permanent) Ana est triste Juan y Pedro estn felices. 3. State of objects: La falda est de moda 4. Evaluate food: La sopa est buena 5. Describing what is happening right now (always with another verb in Gerundio) Isanel est cantando (more to come) 3.1.3. GUSTAR: "gusta" is used when one thing or an action is liked. me te A Ana le nos os A Juan y Ana les el chocolate la msica cantar correr y nadar GUSTA "gustan" is used when more than one thing is liked. me te A Ana le nos os A Juan y Ana les los chocolates los teatros las computadoras GUSTAN ...
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