The pronouns listed above are arranged in a chart form that is used for grammatical explanations. Grammatical terms such as “first person singular” or “third person plural” are often used to identify pronouns listed in a specific order. Each different pronoun case is listed in the same order as the subject pronouns listed above. Any new pronoun case presented in this book will be in the same order as the subject case. The pronouns in the top row ( yo and nosotros ) are called first person pronouns. On the left is the first person singular ( yo ) and on the right is the first person plural ( nosotros ). In English, when I have a group with me, the plural of “I” is “we.” The same is true in Spanish, the plural of yo is nosotros (or nosotras if we are all females). Pronouns in the second row are second person pronouns (
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