Summary of El sujeto tácito 👉 NGLE | GTG

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This video explains the concept of the "tacit subject" in Spanish, which is a subject that is not explicitly stated in the sentence but can be understood based on the context. The video provides several examples of tacit subjects and explains how this terminology is used in point and grammar.

  • 00:00:00 In this video, Spanish language teacher points out that there are different types of "subjects" in Spanish based on various parameters. Today, we're going to learn about the 'tacit subject.' This is the subject that doesn't explicitly appear in the sentence, but we understand it based on the context. Sometimes you can read or hear the word 'sujeto explícito' in Spanish, which refers to the subjects that appear in the sentence, such as the adults playing video games or Danny Ferry doing a live stream on YouTube. However, there are also other types of 'tacit subjects' that don't appear written in the sentence, such as the subject who appears in the first sentence, "Él" or "Ella." We could also add many more examples of 'tacit subjects' but you should be able to get the idea. Finally, Spanish language teacher points out that this terminology is the same as the 'tacit subject' that we're going to use from here on out in point and grammar. Remember to subscribe to the channel and share the video with your friends so that they can learn too! In addition, there is a sentence in the comments for you to practice identifying the 'tacit

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