Which form of SER is used with El Ella or usted?
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|Pronoun||Present Tense Verb Form|
|Él, Ella, Usted||es|
What is the IR ending for Ella?
Verbs that End in -ir
|Subject||-ir Endings||English translation|
|él, ella||-e||he/she lives|
|vosotros||-ís||you (informal) live|
|ustedes||-en||you (formal) live|
Do you use ser for age?
Situation 12: Talking about being young. In this case you use verb SER when you want to say that the person is actually young. My grandfather is young for his age. Mi abuelo está joven para su edad.
What is the El / ella / usted form of Ser?
I need to know what the él/ella/usted form of ser is. Can you help me? -In need of spanish help student Hi Softballgirl. Welcome to the forum We have a great conjugation tool here at SpanishDict. Here’s the conjugation of ” ser .” I assume that you are asking about the present tense, indicative mood.
Which is an example of the irregular conjugation of IR?
The verb ir is also conjugated irregularly in the imperfect tense. The imperfect can be translated to English as “was going” or “used to go.” Yo iba al trabajo temprano. I used to go to work early. Tú ibas a la playa durante el fin de semana.
Which is an example of the imperfect tense of IR?
The verb ir is also conjugated irregularly in the imperfect tense. The imperfect can be translated to English as “was going” or “used to go.” Yo iba al trabajo temprano. I used to go to work early. Tú ibas a la playa durante el fin de semana. You used to go to the beach over the weekend.
Which is the past participle for the verb ir?
The past participle for -ir verbs usually ends in – ido. For the verb ir, you end up simply using ido as the past participle. This verb form is used in the perfect tenses with the auxiliary verb haber. Ella ha ido al cine con sus amigos. She has been to the movies with her friends.