Capítulo A Preliminar Gramática 5 - Subject pronouns

Capítulo A Preliminar Gramática 5 - Subject pronouns

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(Los pronombres personales de sujeto) Personal Subject Pronouns
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yo = I The subject pronouns (Los pronombres de sujeto) Yo is used when I refer to myself: “Yo soy profesor”. Unlike the English I, yo is only capitalized at the beginning of a sentence. tú = you is used to address someone else directly: “Tú eres estudiante”. is the proper form of address for close friends and colleagues, family members, children, and God. It is sometimes called the “familiar” you. usted = you Usted is another way to address someone else directly: “Usted es doctor”. Usted is the proper form of address for everyone not included in the previous paragraph. It is sometimes called the “formal” you. It is abbreviated Ud. or Vd.
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él = he The subject pronouns (Los pronombres de sujeto) Él is used when we talk about a male person: “Él es mi amigo”. ella = she Ella is used when we talk about a female person: “Ella es mi hermana”.
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nosotros = we The subject pronouns (Los pronombres de sujeto)
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This note was uploaded on 11/20/2008 for the course SPA 201 taught by Professor All during the Summer '08 term at Lake City CC.

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Capítulo A Preliminar Gramática 5 - Subject pronouns

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