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Estar is used : a. To express a condition or quality that is temporary or acci- dental : Estoy cansado. I am tired. El agua estd calient e. The water is warm. To express "place where" or position, whether permanent or temporary : El hombre estd en Paris. The man is in Paris. El cuarto estd en la casa. The room is in the house. With the present participle to express continued action. Estoy comiendo. I am eating.

Usted estd escribiendo. You are writing. Ser is used : a. To express a condition or quality that is permanent or in- herent : La maestro, es bonita. The teacher is pretty. Is the lesson easy? With a predicate noun or pronoun : Los senores son amigos. The gentlemen are friends. Madrid es una ciudad. Madrid is a city. To express ownership, material or origin : El sombrero es de paja. The hat is of straw.

El sombrero es de usted. The hat belongs to you. La carta es de Espana. The letter is from Spain. In impersonal expressions : iEs tardef No, es temprano. Is it late? No, it is early. Note a. Cases arise in connection with the use of ser and estar, where the Spaniard takes a different viewpoint from our own : as in the expression, La senora es joven, "The lady is young.

Such exceptions to the rules given are rare, and will be acquired by practice only. Some adjectives have different meanings according as they are used with ser or estar. Words in vocabularies will from now on be arranged alphabetically. Luisa, Louise. Madrid, Madrid. Paris, Paris. Estoy en la cocina. Estoy preparando el chocolate para Juan. Si; esta en el despacho la biblioteca con Luisa. Ella esta estu- diando y el esta escribiendo una carta. El chocolate y las tostadas estan en la mesa.

Es tarde ya y Juan no ha bajado todavia. Esta arriba. Ha subido al cuarto de Juan. Madre, ipor- que no baja Juan? No esta bueno del todo. Esta enfermo or esta malo. En la cocina hay bastante. Possessive Adjectives. Use of the Possessive Adjectives. There is a possessive adjective to correspond to each personal pro- noun. The person and number of the possessor determine which possessive shall be used, and the possessive agrees with the noun modified the thing possessed in number and gender. Its position is before the noun modified.

Tengo tu libra. I have your book. Hemos estudiado nuestra leccion. We have studied our les- Etlos y sus awiigos. They and their friends. If the possessive adjective modifies more than one noun, it is expressed before each noun modified. The possessive adjective su.

The possessive of the third person, su, sus, may mean "his," "her," its," "your," "their. We also find the double possessive construction : de cl, su casa de ellos, su casa de usted, etc. Possessive Pronouns. Use of the Possessive Pronouns. A possessive pronoun is used to take the place of a noun and a possessive adjective modifying it. There is a possessive pronoun to correspond to each possessive adjective. The possessive pronoun agrees in gender and number with the thing pos- sessed. Mi casa y la tuya, my house and yours. Yo tengo un libro y usted tiene dos libros.

El mio es grande. I have a book and you have two books. Mine is large, but yours are small. The Possessive Pronoun el suyo. In the third person singular and plural of the possessive pronoun we find the same possibility of confusion as in the case of the third person of the possessive adjective. Possible ambi- guity is avoided by the use of the following constructions. When the possessive pronoun or its substitute is used in the predicate position, the article is omitted. El libra es mio. The book is mine. Los perros son de usted.

The dogs are yours. Special Use of Noun and Pronoun. It is a pe- culiarity of Spanish that names of male beings, if used in the plural, may be understood to include the corresponding female being. This is also true of the plural personal pro- nouns. Hduardo, Edward. Manuela, Emma. Mi padre y yo. Tu y tu hijo. El y su madre. Ella y su hermano. Usted y su tio. Nosotros y nuestros amigos. Vos- otros y vuestras tias.

Ellos y sus libros. El libro y su dueno. Ellas y sus sombreros. Ustedes y sus maestros. Ella y el y el amigo de ella. Usted y el y el maestro de el. Ellos y ellas y los tios de ellos. Ustedes y ellos y los padres de ustedes or sus padres de ustedes. Mi madre y tu madre.

La mia y la tuya. Mi padre y el tuyo. Tu hijo y el mio. Nuestro padre y el de ella. El amigo de ella y el de el. Nuestro libro y el de usted. Nuestros hijos y los de ustedes. Los maestros de usted y los nuestros. Las tias de ella y las vuestras. Tus primos y mis primos. Los tuyos y lo; mios. Mi madre es la esposa de mi padre y mi padre es el esposo de mi madre. Tu tio es el hermano de tu padre 6 de tu madre. El esposo de tu tia es tambien tu tio. Luisa tiene un primo.

Su primo es el hijo de sus tios j. El primo de Luisa tiene un tio. Su tio es el padre de Luisa. El libro tiene dos duefios. Sus duenos son Luisa y su hermana. Usted tiene tres tias : la hermana de su padre, la hermana de su madre, y la esposa de su tio de usted. Nuestras primas son las hermanas de nuestros primos y las hijas de nuestros tios. Vuestro hermano es el hijo de vuestro padre.

Luis es el primo de Maria y Maria y Eduardo son hermanos. El primo de ella es tambien el primo de el. Usted es su hermano de ellos : por consiguiente su primo de ellos es tambien su primo de usted. Los hijos y las hijas de nues- tros tios son nuestros primos. Mis padres son mi padre y mi madre. Mis hermanos son mis hermanos y mis hermanas 6 mi hermano y mi hermana.

Usted y Luisa son primos porque el padre de ella y el padre de usted son hermanos. Ustedes y las hermanas de Luis estudian la misma leccion porque tienen el mismo maestro. Su maestro de ustedes y el maestro de ellos son el mismo. The "intimate" pronouns of the second person and their corresponding possessives are not to be used in this lesson. A good girl studies hard i. A bad boy does not review his lessons.

Many lazy children have to learn rules. The kitchen is a small room, but the library is large. The teacher is very pretty and her cousin is handsome. How many French girls are there in his class? Spanish is quite easy, but the les- sons of your grammar are too long. Is the grammar John's? Whose is it? Louis and Emma are my brother and sister. Louise is ten years old and Edward is eight, n.

My nephews and nieces are my brothers' sons and daughters. We are very sick. My uncle and aunt are in Paris but they have relatives in the city of Madrid. Have you not eaten yet? We are already eating. The water is cold and the chocolate is hot. I am preparing the break- fast for my mother.

Being industrious, my cousin is prepar- ing the lesson for day after to-morrow. Being sick, she does not wish to eat. They have had to go up. They are upstairs now. I am the teacher and you are the pupil. You and I are American. Did you buy the hat to-day?

Having no money, they are sad. Have you not been in Paris? You are my sister, consequently my mother and your mother are the same. Ours is in the kitchen. Her friend is in the library. Who are your nephews? The house is mine, ours, yours, his. Whose is the pen which I have? We have learned a lesson of four pages. How many are there in yours? Noun of Material, etc. Material is expressed in Spanish by the preposition de followed by a noun of mater- ial, instead of by a noun used as an adjective of material, as in English.

In general, Spanish is opposed to the use of a noun to mod- ify another noun directly, like an adjective. The nouns are pre- ferably joined by a preposition. Noun as "Personal" Object. When a noun used as direct object of a verb denotes a person, a living higher animal, or a personification, the preposition a is used before it. This construction, which may be called the personal ob- LESSON IX 35 j active or personal accusative, is not easy to remember, since we naturally associate a with the indirect object only.

The father calls his son. He comprado al perro. I have bought the dog. Are you looking for Mary? The a is omitted when the object is not a definite, determi- nate person or animal. He comprado un perro. I have bought a dog. For the sake of clearness, the a is generally omitted before the personal objective when there is also an indirect object. El nino lleva su hermano a la escuela. The boy takes his brother to school. A Possessive Construction. It is current in Eng- lish to say, "at Wanamaker's," etc.

In Spanish the noun omitted in English must be supplied.

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Agreement of Adjectives, a. An adjective that modifies two or more nouns of the same gender is put in the plural, and takes the gender of the nouns modified. Maria y Luisa son bonitas, Mary and Louise are pretty. An adjective that modifies two or more nouns of different genders is usually put in the masculine plural. Demonstrative Adjectives. Busco a mis amigos.

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He comprado dos perros. A demonstrative adjective stands before the noun it modi- fies and agrees with it in number and gender. These demonstratives correspond in use to the English de- monstrative adjectives, except that a sharp distinction is drawn between ese and aquel. Ese is used only to point out what is near to, or what has some relation to the person addressed. Aquel is used only to point out what is remote from both speaker and the person addressed. Demonstrative Pronouns. In form, the demonstrative pronouns are distinguished from the demonstrative adjectives only in that they bear the written ac- cent on the stressed syllable.

The demonstrative pronouns correspond in meaning to the demonstrative adjectives, but they are used to take the place of a noun, with which they agree in number and gender. Yo tengo este libra y tu tienes ese. Ese libra es pequeno, aquel es grande. Prepositional Forms of the Personal Pronouns. The forms of the personal pronouns used as object of a preposition are the same as the subject forms see 26 , with the exception of the first and second persons singular, which have the special forms mi and ti, respectively.

The Irregular Verb, ir, "to go. Note that in this tense the stem is v-. Ir followed by a with an infinitive means "to be about to," "to be going to. Voy a comprar un sombrero. I am going to buy a hat. Deseo ir a comprar un sombrero. I want to go and to buy a hat. Spanish use of names of places after a and en does not always correspond to the English idiom. Note the fol- lowing: al despacho, to the office like English idiom. Carmen, Carmen. Rico, a family name. Sevilla, Seville. Ldpes, a family name.

Esa pluma es mia. Este libro de lectura es de usted. Aquellos sombreros son de Juan y Luis. Esa no es mia. He dejado la mia en casa. Esos no son suyos de usted. Aquellos son de usted suyos. La escuela de Luisa no esta cerca. Esta lejos. Esta maiiana Luisa no va a quedar en casa. Va a la escuela. Su hermano Juan va con ella. Van juntos. Ahora Juan no esta aqui. No esta listo todavia.

Luisa llama a Juan. Juan no responde a su hermana. Luisa busca a su hermano. Busca tambien sus libros. Si Juan no esta listo, Luisa tiene que ir sin el. Tiene que ir sola. Esta tarde voy a la ciudad a comprar unas cosas que necesito mucho. Necesito un sombrero de encaje, y un par de guantes de seda. Tambien necesito un traje de verano. En la tienda de Rico hay sedas y encajes hermosos y muy baratos. Mi amiga Car- men Lopez va conmigo. Ella es mi mejor amiga. Es una mu- chacha muy simpatica. Mis padres y yo vamos muchas noches a pasar un rato con ellos. Esta noche vamos alia.

Object forms of the Personal Pronouns. The following scheme gives the object pronouns in such a way as to show their relation to the subject and prepositional forms. J ellas O 1 de ellas las, them les las , to them, etc. In the first person, and in the second person inti- mate, the direct and indirect object forms are the same. Either may be used to refer to persons, but le is not correctly used to refer to things. Position of the Pronoun Object.

The pronoun used as object precedes the verb of which it is the object, unless the verb be a present participle or an infinitive. Me llama. He calls me. Nos ha hablado. He has spoken to us. When the pronoun is the object of a present participle or an infinitive, it is attached to the verb-form as a suffix. This point will be discussed later in its proper place. Deseo hablarte. I wish to speak to you. In the case of an infinitive or a present participle depend- ing upon an auxiliary desear, tener que, deber, estar, querer, ir d , the object pronoun may precede the auxiliary, or be attached to the infinitive.

Double Pronoun Object Construction. It will be noted that there is a chance for confusion in the use of the object pronouns of the third person. Le hablo might mean "I speak to him," "to her," or "to you," according to the context. For clearness it is customary to add, after the verb, the corresponding prepositional form of the pro- noun, depending upon the preposition a.

Le hablo d usted. T speak to you. Les hablo d ellas. I speak to them. La busco d ella. I am looking for her. A similar construction is employed in any person, where emphasis or contrast is desired. The object pronouns are unable, of themselves, to express emphasis. Me habla d mi, pero no le habla d usted. He speaks to me, but he does not speak to you. Nos bitscan d nosotros, pero no les buscan d ustcdes.

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They are looking for us, but they are not looking for you. The prepositional form of the pronoun may be placed, for greater emphasis, before the regular object form. A ti te digo. I tell you. The double construction le. It is constantly used when not needed for clearness or emphasis. The use of d in these constructions with direct object, is parallel to the use of d with the personal object.

Some Irregular Verbs. Note that many of the forms of these irregular verbs are regular, and that nearly all of the endings are so. Past Part. Querer expresses the English "will" in the sense of willingness, but not in the sense of futurity. Will you go with me? Note 2. Querer used with the personal objective or with a di- rect pronoun object representing a person, may mean "to love.

I love the girl. La quiero. I love her. English "to like. The object of the English verb becomes the subject of the Spanish sentence. Este libro me gusta. I like this book. This book pleases me. I don't like those hats Those hats don't please me. Do you like Mary? Barcelona, Barcelona. Pedro, Peter. Will you please.

Es favor que usted me hace. You are very kind to say so. Mi madre me llama. Me ha comprado un sombrero. Tu padre te busca. Te habla. Nuestra amiga nos visita. Nos escribe una carta. Vuestro maestro os ensena. Os ensena un libro La madre de Luis le lo quiere mucho. Le ha hecho un traje. El padre de Luisa le dice que la quiere. Maria va a aprender la leccion. Ha quedado en casa para aprenderla. Ahora la esta es- tudiando esta estudiandola. El pan es bueno. Juan desea quiere comerlo. Lo come. Nifios, su madre de ustedes les quiere.

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