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Pronouns - These are the most important ones: Object pronouns: these pronouns are used very often. Lots of students confuse them with the subject pronouns or even with the possessives. Possessive pronouns: use them to show possession. However, there are two types, and students usually get confused between the two!
Here they are... Subjects Objects I Me = a mí, me you You = a ti, te He/she/It Him = a él, le Her = a ella, le Its = a ello, le We Us = a nosotros, nos You You = a vosotros, os They Them = a ellos, les Possessive Pronouns Adjective possessives MineMy YoursYour His/Hers/ItsHis/Her/Its OursOur YoursYour TheirsTheir Be careful with the possessives, dont confuse them! The pronouns can appear alone: -This is mine = esto es mío But the adjectives always appear before a noun: -This is my house =Esta es mi casa