What are the Spanish subject pronouns?
Subject pronouns, such as 'yo', 'tú', 'él/ella', and 'usted', indicate the subject of a sentence. Subject pronouns are used instead of nouns, such as names or titles, to avoid repetition. Mastering subject pronouns is key to understanding Spanish grammar!
Spanish Subject Pronouns
yo - the first person singular pronoun; used to refer to the speaker or writer tú - the second person singular pronoun; used to refer to the person spoken to él/ella - the third person singular pronoun; used to refer to a person or thing that is being spoken about
The Spanish subject pronouns 'él' and 'ella' are used to refer to animals as well as people. The Spanish subject pronouns 'tú' and 'usted' are used to refer to a person based on their level of formality. The Spanish subject pronoun 'vosotros' is used to refer to a group of people, and is used mainly in Spain.
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