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using ser to identify professions

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ok so i am suppos eto use ser to identify each profession in this picture. I am so confused. Can someone tell me if this is right and if not explain to me the correct answer???

tu profesor / tu profesora - tu el professor / tu la profesora tu dentista (doctor / doctora) - tu el doctor / tu la doctora tu médico (doctora / doctor) - tu la doctora/ tu el doctor

someon tried to help me on my other post but i am still confused. i dont know how to use this cite very well to contact the people who comment...can anyone help me??

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updated MAR 2, 2010
posted by mel1019

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so could I say El es doctor and El es doctora?

updated MAR 2, 2010
posted by mel1019
Ella es doctora - samdie, MAR 2, 2010
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I am a doctor. ---> Soy doctor. (if the doctor is male) or Soy doctora. (if the doctor is female)

you are a dentist. ---->

Eres dentista

He is a teacher---->

El es profesor.

Does this make sense?

updated MAR 1, 2010
posted by pnp328
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You can just answer your own post, so you don't have to start a new thread.

Tú eres profesor Tú eres profesora Tú eres el profesor Tú eres la profesora

Maybe I'm not understanding the exercise (and there was no picture attached), but from what I see, it's all pretty simple. Just insert "eres" after "tú" in each phrase.

updated MAR 1, 2010
posted by CalvoViejo
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