Presentation on theme: "Subject Pronouns. Pronouns: Subject Pronouns in English: I you he she we they Pronouns are words that take place of nouns. Subject pronouns indicate who."— Presentation transcript:
Pronouns: Subject Pronouns in English: I you he she we they Pronouns are words that take place of nouns. Subject pronouns indicate who is being described or who does the action in a sentence.
Spanish Subject Pronouns: Singular Subject Pronouns:Plural Subject Pronouns: (Only one person included in subject)(Two or more people included in subject) yo Inosotros/nosotraswe túyou (fam.)vosotros/vosotrasyou (plural)(Spain) élheellosthey( males and mixed group) ellasheellasthey (all females) usted (Ud.)you (for.) ustedes (Uds.) you (plural)
Which “you” do I use? Singular you: Use tú with: a friend a family member someone younger Use usted (Ud.) with: a person you don’t know someone older someone to whom you want to show respect Plural you : Use vosotros in Spain with: friends family younger people Use ustedes (Uds) in Spain with: people you don’t know someone older people for whom you want to show respect Use ustedes in Latin America with any group of people
Replacing nouns with subject pronouns: In English: A boy or male name he A girl or female name she a boy’s name and a girl’s name they a boy’s name and a boy’s name they a girl’s name and a girl’s name they a name and I we a name and you you a name and you (Spain) you In Spanish: él ella ellos ellas nosotros/ nosotras ustedes vosotros/vosotras Juan es de Cuba. or Él es de Cuba.