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Spanish Pronouns

Basic Spanish subject pronouns for Ms. Montero's 3A project
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Aundrea Brianne Jackson

on 4 October 2013

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Spanish Pronouns
Spanish Pronouns
Yo y Tu
Usted y ustedes
Ella y ellas
Ello y ellos
nosotros y nosotras
vosotros y vosotras
Yo (I) Tu (you) informal
Ella (she) Ellas (they) feminine
Ello (he) Ellos (they) masculine
Aundrea Jackson and Kaitlyn McGarry and Kenny Jones and Julio Vega
3A Spanish 1 Ms. Montero


Usted (formal) is you Ustedes (familiar
and formal) is you
all
nosotros nosotras
we (feminine)
we (masculine or mixed gender)
vosotros vosotras
These forms are used primarily in Spain to talk about others.
you-all familiar
(masculine or mixed group)
you-all familiar
(feminine)
These are used for authority or someone you may not know or recently met.
These are used when talking about someone, in this case, a female.
These are used when talking about someone, in this case, a male.
These are used when talking about yourself AND other people around you.
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