2Tú vs.UstedFor most Spanish speakers there are two ways to say “you”: tú and usted.
3Tú Use tú when speaking to friends family people your own age children pets
4Usted (Ud.) Usted is formal Use it to show respect and when talking to people you don’t know well, older people , and people in positions of authorityIn writing, usted is almost always abbreviated Ud. with a capital U
5Tú vs.UstedHere are some questions you have learned that change according to which you is being used.The questions have the same meaning but the verb changes depending on which you is being used.
6Tú vs.Usted Tú Usted (Ud.) ¿Cómo te llamas? ¿Cómo se llama? What is your name?¿Cómo estás?¿Cómo está?How are you doing?
7Would you use tú or Ud. when talking to the following people? your brotheryour teacheryour best friendyour friend’s motheryour catyour principal
8your brother túyour teacher ustedyour best friend túyour friend’s mother ustedyour cat túyour principal usted