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Spanish subject pronouns are both similar to and different from their English counterparts.
1. First person: Yo 2. Second person: Tú 3. Third person: él ella usted (Ud.)
Tú Uses: In familiar situations With friends People your age. Family Ud. Uses: In formal situations With older people Professionals At work When in doubt, use Ud.
1. First person: Nosotros/as 2. Second person: Vosotros/as 3. Third person: ellos ellas ustedes (Uds.)
vosotros 1. In Spain = you, plural familiar 2. Not used in other countries. Uds. 1. In Spain = you, plural, formal 2. Everywhere else it is simply you, plural
Nosotros 1. The “we” group is all boys/masculin e. 2. The “we” group is mixed boys & girls/masculine & feminine Nosotras 1. The “we” group is girls/feminine only.
vosotros 1. The “you, plural” group is all boys/masculine. 2. The “you,plural” group is mixed boys & girls/masculine & feminine vosotras 1. The “you, plural” group is girls/feminine only.
Singular Forms Plural Forms YoNosotros/as TúVosotros/as Él ella, Ud.Ellos, ellas, Uds.
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