What verb form is sea in Spanish?
How does “sea” translate exactly from spanish to english?. It’s a conjugated form of the verb “ser”.
What verb tense is sea?
What form of SER is sea?
Ser Conjugation: Subjunctive Mood
Is sea subjunctive Spanish?
sea is the present subjunctive (or imperative) conjugation of ser, which doesn’t look right to me.
What is the difference between es and sea?
As it says in the lesson, there is no difference, they both mean the same thing. The only difference is in register, in this case the level of formality: “o sea” is more colloquial (less formal) “es decir” is more formal.
What is the difference between sea and es?
“ser” is present and you use it when you’re speaking about facts: Él es un doctor — He is a doctor and “seas”is present subjective and it is used for something that could or could not be real: aunque él sea mala persona… — even if he is a bad person…
What does sea mean?
1a : a great body of salt water that covers much of the earth broadly : the waters of the earth as distinguished from the land and air. b : a body of salt water of second rank more or less landlocked the Mediterranean sea. c : ocean.
What is IR in present tense?
Ir conjugation: basic forms
|él, ella, Usted||va||fue|
What are the 6 conjugations of ser?
Presente – Present Tense
- yo soy – I am.
- tú eres – you are.
- vos sos – you (South American) are.
- él/ella/usted es – he/she/you (formal) are.
- nosotros/as somos – we are.
- vosotros/as sois – you (plural) are.
- ustedes son – you (plural) are.
- ellos/as son – they are.
What are the 6 forms of ser in Spanish?
Terms in this set (11)
- Yo. I.
- Tu. You.
- Nosotros. We.
- Vosotros. You all (Informal)
- El/Ella/Usted. He/She/You all (Formal)
- Soy. I am.
- Eres. You are.
- Es. He is/She is/You are.
What is the Spanish subjunctive?
The Spanish subjunctive mood (“el subjuntivo”) is used with impersonal expressions and expressions of opinions, emotions or points of view. It’s also used for expressing denial, disagreement or volition as well as for describing situations that are doubtful or unlikely.
How do you use sea in Spanish?
The expression is formed with the words o (or) and sea, the latter being the third person singular present subjunctive of the verb ser (to be). The meaning of o sea in Spanish is variable, and as an English equivalent, its expression can mean “I mean,” “it’d be,” ”like,” “so,” “that is,” “therefore,” and “or.”