Spanish grammar Lesson 7. Verb to be. Ser. In Spanish we have the verb to be
what it means to be when we refer to permanent qualities. I am, you are, he is, she is, you are, We are, we are, you are, you are, they are they, you are. The use of pronouns is not
Mandatory in Spanish. Pronouns are usually used when we want to emphasize the subject: I am Esteban. I, you, he, she, we, we, you, you, them, them. I am, you are, he is, she is,
we are, we are you are, you are, they are they, you are. The verb SER (to be) is usually used to
refer to permanent qualities of a person or an object. We can
specify the use of being in more detail. We can specify in more detail: 1.
Ientity. -I’m Esteban. Are you Alba? It’s a pen. 2. Nationality I am French. She is German. 3. Profession We are truckers. They are nurses. 4. Physical appearance. I’m short and dark. The Swedes are tall and blond.
the lemon is yellow and acidic. 5. Personality traits. You are a very intelligent girl. The kids are naughty,