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Subject Pronouns (Spanish)

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Shannon Maltby

on 4 November 2013

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Transcript of Subject Pronouns (Spanish)

Subject
Pronouns

Subject
who or what is doing the action in a sentence (a noun)
Pronoun
a word that replaces one or more nouns
Subject Pronoun
a pronoun that can replace the subject in a sentence (previously stated)

Srta. Maltby
Realidades 1, Unidad 2A
Subject pronouns in English
Matt runs in the park every day.

He is very sports-minded and talented.
I
you
he,she, it
we

they
singular
plural
Subject pronouns in Spanish
singular
plural
yo

nosotros
nosotras
Usted (Ud.)
Ustedes (Uds.)
él
ellos
ella
ellas
Yo = I



To talk about yourself
tú = you (familiar)
Ud. = you (formal)



To talk to someone
él = he



To talk about a male
ella = she



To talk about
a female
Nosotros = we (masc.)
Nosotras = we (fem.)





To talk about yourself
and others
Uds. = you
(familiar & formal)




To talk to a group
of people
ellos = they (masc.)



To talk about a
group of people.
ellas = they (fem.)



To talk about a
group of females.
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