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Ser Conjugation Chart

 

Ser and Estar are two of the most commonly used verbs in everyday life

and Beginners learning Spanish may considerably accelerate their progress

by focusing on them from the beginning.

 

In this article we will take a look at the Ser Conjugation Chart

and a few conversational Spanish phrases

using conjugations of the verb Ser.

 

 

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Ser Conjugation Chart:

 

 

 

1st Person Singular

 

2nd Person Singular

3rd Person Singular

1st       Person Plural

2nd Person Plural

3rd                 Person     Plural

 

I

/

Yo

You

/

 

He

She

It

/

Él       (He)

Ella (She)

Usted (Formal)

Eso      (for a thing)

 

 

We

/

Nosotros (Masculine)

Nosotras (Feminine)

You

/

Ustedes

 

 

They

/

Ellos       (Masculine)

Ellas (Feminine)

 

 

Indicativo

 

Present tense spanish (Example: you are)

soy

eres

es

somos

son

son

Present perfect spanish (Example: you have been)

he sido

has sido

ha sido

hemos sido

han sido

han sido

Imperfect tense in spanish (Example: you used to be)

era

eras

era

éramos

eran

eran

Spanish preterite (Example: you were)

fui

fuiste

fue

fuimos

fueron

fueron

Past perfect spanish (Example: you had been)

había sido

habías sido

había sido

habíamos sido

habían sido

habían sido

Future tense spanish (Example: you will be)

seré

serás

será

seremos

serán

serán

Future perfect spanish (Example: you will have been)

habré sido

habrás sido

habrá sido

habremos sido

habrán sido

habrán sido

Conditional tense spanish (Example: you would be)

sería

serías

sería

seríamos

serían

serían

Conditional Perfect in spanish (Example: you would have been)

habría sido

habrías sido

habría sido

habríamos sido

habrían sido

habrían sido

 

 

Subjuntivo

 

Present tense spanish (Example: you are)

sea

seas

sea

seamos

sean

sean

Present perfect spanish (Example: you have been)

haya sido

hayas sido

haya sido

hayamos sido

hayan sido

hayan sido

Imperfect tense in spanish (Example: you were being)

fuera

fueras

fuera

fuéramos

fueran

fueran

Past perfect spanish (Example: you had been)

hubiera sido

hubieras sido

hubiera sido

hubiéramos sido

hubieran sido

hubieran sido

Future perfect spanish (Example: you will have been)

hubiere sido

hubieres sido

hubiere sido

hubiéremos sido

hubieren sido

hubieren sido

 

 

Imperativo

 

Affirmative (Example: Be there on time!)

 

sea

seamos

sean

sean

Negative (Example: Don´t be late!)

 

no seas

no sea

no seamos

no sean

no sean

 

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Ser Conjugation Chart (Present Tense Spanish):

 

Singular:

Yo soy ——————  I am

Tú eres —————– You are

El / Ella es———— He / She is

 

Plural:

Nosotros somos —— We are

Ustedes son ———–You are

Ellos / Ellas son ——They are

 

 

 

When to use Ser?

 

Ser is an irregular verb and it is the equivalent of the English verb “To Be” for certain circumstances. 

 

The verb ser is used to talk about permanent and essential characteristics of someone or something.

 

In other words, it is used to talk about WHAT something or  someone IS.

 

 

 

Let’s look at a few examples related to the Ser Conjugation Chart:

 

  • Yo soy Latinoaméricano – I am Latin American
  • Tú eres inteligente – You are intelligent
  • Ella es bonita – She is beautiful
  • Nosotros somos Ingenieros – We are Engineers
  • Ustedes son amables – You are kind
  • Ellos son Profesores – They are Professors

 

 

In conclusion,

 

by focusing on learning the verbs and words most commonly used in everyday conversational phrases,

 

learning Spanish for beginners can be a much more productive process.

 

Reviewing the Ser Conjugation Chart and practicing with conversational Spanish phrases that use it;

 

is an excellent tool for beginners learning Spanish who are interested in expediting the process of achieving conversational fluency.

 

 

 Learn more about how to use Ser Vs Estar in: this video lesson

 

 

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