Subject Pronouns SP p24

  1. I
    • yo
    • "I" in english is always capitalized, "yo" is not.  Both refer to the speaker.
  2. You (familiar)
    • "Tu" is the familiar form of "you".  It is used among friends and within the family, as long as the person you are speaking to is younger than you.
  3. You (formal/polite)
    • usted(es) -ud/uds
    • "usted" and the plural form "ustedes" are more formal (polite) than "tu".  they are used with person's we do not know very well, AND WILL ALWAYS BE USED WHEN SPEAKING TO THE PUBLIC.
    • Note that "usted" and "ustedes" can be abbreviated as "ud" and "uds"
  4. Your (familiar)
    tu/tus
  5. Your (formal/polite)
    su (singular)/ sus (plural) 
  6. He/The
    él
  7. she
    ella
  8. we (masculine)
    • nosotros
    • "nosotros" becomes nosotras if the speakers are all females.  If the speakers are males and females, we use "nosotros"
  9. we (feminine)
    nosotras
  10. they(masculine)
    • ellos
    • male group  OR  male/female group
  11. they (feminine)
    ellas
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Subject Pronouns SP p24
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Subject Pronouns SP p24
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