157 - Table 1. Object of a Preposition Pronouns Person...

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There is a special case of pronouns you must use to replace a noun that is the object of a  preposition. Notice in Table 1 that the prepositional pronouns are exactly like subject pronouns with  the exception of   and  ti . Also notice that   has an accent mark and  ti  does not. 
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Unformatted text preview: Table 1. Object of a Preposition Pronouns Person Singular Plural First person m (me) nosotros/nosotras (us) Second person ti (you) vosotros/vosotras (you) Second person (formal you) usted (you) ustedes (you) Third person (masculine) l (him) ellos (them) Third person (feminine) ella (her) ellas (them)...
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