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  1. PERSONAL PRONOUNS 2. Presentado por : Juan Esteban Bareño Uribe Presentado a :Lic Olivia Lloreda Zúñiga Colegio Militar General Santander Grado 8-1 Octubre 19 de…
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  • 1. PERSONAL PRONOUNS
  • 2. Presentado por : Juan Esteban Bareño Uribe Presentado a :Lic Olivia Lloreda Zúñiga Colegio Militar General Santander Grado 8-1 Octubre 19 de 2014
  • 3. PERSONAL PRONOUNS Personal pronouns in English are also known as personal pronouns subject or nominal. They are those who refer to the grammatical persons. They are: I, you, he, she, it, we, you, they. Here are examples translated into Spanish.
  • 4. EXAMPLES * I am a teacher. (I) am a teacher. * I live in Argentina. (I) live in Argentina. * You are not a teacher. (You) are not a teacher. * You do not live in Argentina. (You) do not live in * Argentina. Bill is married. Bill is married. * I have two children. (El) has two children. * Mary is not married. Mary is not married. * She does not have any available any children. (She) has no children. * It is late already. It is late. (based on time) * I have a house. It is big. I have a house. (She) is large. * We are here to learn. (We) are here to learn. * We want to learn soon. (We) want to learn soon. * You are students. (You / You) are students. * You study Inglés. (You / You) study English. * They live in Italy. (They) live in Italy. * They do not speak Inglés. (They) do not speak English.
  • 5. Thank you
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