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Unformatted text preview: example: Mara canta bien . Mary sings well. The form canta is used with ella , the subject pronoun that would represent Mara . When more than one name is the subject, the ellos/ellas form of the verb is required. For example: Lupe y Soledad cantan bien . Lupe and Soledad sing well. The form cantan is used with ellas , the subject pronoun that would replace Lupe y Soledad. Whenever a list of names is the subject, the ellos/ellas form of the verb is used. If you think about it, the same thing happens in English. Consider the example, Jane, Taneka, and Heather go to the store. They go shopping every day. Notice that the verb form go is used for both sentences because the subjects are the same even if one is stated in pronoun form....
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- Fall '09