Subject Pronouns

Subject Pronouns


Often times people are called by their names, but do you know what a subject pronoun is?  A subject pronoun is a personal pronoun (small word) to replace the name of a person in a sentence.  For example, instead of saying Henry, you can use the pronoun "he."  Subject pronouns are an important role in the Spanish language.  Maybe you will get a refresher on your English subject pronouns too! Do you hear the common one in this song?

Academic/Concept Vocabulary

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Personal pronouns in Spanish + a song!

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Based on what you learned in the Explore and Engage sections of this Seminar, answer the following prompt:
What are some ways you could share this information from this seminar (questions, answers, and subject pronouns) learning with your parents or family? Be creative!



Watch and listen to the following powerpoint. Number your paper 1-5 and answer the five questions by writing down the answer. Then, type your answers and record yourself reading them. Submit the written answers (you can take a picture of your paper OR type them) and upload your recording. Both parts must be turned in for full credit. Here are the slides to view and listen to the recording with the slides here.


1. Write a reflection essay answering the following questions:

  • Do you feel like learning the subject pronouns in Spanish has helped you be a better English speaker?  

  • Do you find that the Spanish organization of subject pronouns is easier or harder than in English?  


2. Post an Artifact.

  • Include an artifact(s) that contains specific experiences, readings, assignments, or discussions in this course that supports your point.

  • What did you learn by creating this artifact? Be specific.

  • How did this artifact and other course elements help you reach it? Be specific.