There is not always an easy match between English and Spanish pronouns. The list below is not presented in standard chart form, but, rather, is meant to help you understand what each of the subject pronouns means.•yo = I •tú = you (informal) •usted (Ud.) = you (formal) •ustedes (Uds.) = you (plural) •él = he •ella = she •nosotros = we •nosotras = we (feminine) •ellos = they •ellas = they (feminine) Subject pronouns in Spanish are generally not capitalized unless they are the first word in a sentence. Notice, however, that the abbreviated forms Ud. and Uds. are always capitalized, although the longer versions ( usted and ustedes) are not capitalized except when they're the first word in a sentence. You don't think about the fact that the English pronoun “I” is always capitalized, but you
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standard chart form, abbreviated forms Ud.