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24 sentences to practice present of the subjunctive of the verb ‘ser’ in singular and plural

In PracticaEspañol, we are sure you master the present tense of the verb ‘ser’ and you will learn to distinguish it from the present subjunctive. Start now and practice with the 24 sentences and the MP3 that we add. First of all, remember that present tense of indicative has three persons for the singular and another three for the plural (soy, eres, es, somos, sois, son) and the same thing happens with the present subjunctive (se, seas, sea, seamos, seáis, sean). Remember also we use the subjunctive to express, desire, probability, give opinion, make value judgments, express doubt or give orders.

 

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The 24 sentences to practice:

Indicative:

Soy encantador.   (I’m charming.)

Subjunctive:

Sea o no sea encantador (me van a oír).  (Whether I’m charming or not, they’ll be have a few words from me.)

Indicative:

Son receptivos. (They are receptive.)

Subjunctive:

Sean o no sean receptivos (oirán lo que voy a decir).   (Whether they are receptive or not, they’ll be have a few words from me.)

Indicative:

Somos muchos.  (We are a lot of people.)

Subjunctive:

Seamos muchos o pocos (siempre lo hacemos todo).   (Whether we are a lot of people or not, we always do everything.)

Indicative:

Eres campeón.  (You are champion.)

Subjunctive:

Quizá seas campeón (algún día).  (Maybe one day you will be champion.)

Indicative:

Sois los mejores.  (You are the best.)

Subjunctive:

Deseamos que seáis los mejores.  (We wish you are the best.)

Indicative:

Soy tu nieto.    (I’m your grandson.)

Subjunctive:

Puede que sea su nieto.   (It’s possible I am your grandson.)

Indicative:

Eres mi hermana.  (You are my sister.)

Subjunctive:

No seas como mi hermana.  (Don’t be like my sister.)

Indicative:

Es querido por todos.   (He is loved by everyone.)

Subjunctive:

Sea o no querido por todos…  (Whether he is loved or not by everyone…)

Indicative:

Es su cometido.   (It’s his task.)

Subjunctive:

Sea cual sea su cometido…  (Whatever your task…)

Indicative:

Somos serios.   (We are reliable/ serious.)

Subjunctive:

Es preciso que seamos serios.  (We need to be reliable/ serious.)

Indicative:

Sois simpáticos.  (You are nice.)

Subjunctive:

Aunque seáis simpáticos… (Although you are nice…)

Indicative:

Son mi perdición (los caramelos). (Sweets are my undoing.)

Subjunctive:

Aunque sean mi perdición (los caramelos)… (Although sweets are my undoing…)

 

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