El verbo ser

El verbo ser

Author: Jill Horn

The student will use the correct conjugations of ser in sentences both with and without subject pronouns.

Ser means "to be".

You must conjugate ser so that it fits the subject.  Just like you wouldn't say "I to be tall" in English, you can't say "Yo ser alto" in Spanish.

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An explanation of the present tense conjugations of the verb ser.