In Spanish, 'Son' is a form of 'Ser', correct?

Like, this small paragraph has a form of 'Ser' in it, right?

1. ¿ Qué bebes?

2. Yo bebo mucho agua.

1. ¿ Qué prefieres bebes? El agua o el jugo de fruta?

2. El agua. Las frutas son horrible.

1. ¿ Qué?, pero las frutas es muy buena para la salud.

2. Pero el agua es buena, tambien.

2 Answers

  • pibe
    Lv 7
    7 years ago
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    Yes, son is the third person plural of "ser" in present tense.

    Example "Ellos son mis amigos"

    Regarding your sentences they must be fixed like follows:

    ¿Qué bebes?

    Bebo mucho agua.

    ¿ Qué prefieres beber? ¿Agua o jugo de frutas?

    Agua las frutas son horribles.

    ¿ Qué?, pero las frutas son muy buenas para la salud.

    Pero el agua es buena, también.

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