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Subject Pronouns

In English, sentences have a subject and a verb. The subject is the person or thing that is being described or is doing something. The verb is the action word like run or sing, or a word like am, is, or are that links the subject to a description. In Spanish, sentences also have a subject and a verb. Both English and Spanish use nouns as subjects. Nouns can be replaced with pronouns. The pronouns that can replace subjects in sentences of both English and Spanish are known as subject pronouns. In…
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I (singular)
yo
You (singular) informal
You (singular respectful/formal)
usted (Ud.)
He (singular)
él
She (singular)
ella
we ( plural-a group of males or a group of both males & females)
nosotros
we (plural-all females)
nosotras
you (plural-you all throughout the Spanish speaking world)
Ustedes (Uds.)
they (plural-masculine or mixed male & female)
ellos
they (plural-all females)
ellas
Mi tía y yo
nosotros(as)
Ricardo y Alyssa
ellos
Roberto
él
Tú y Israel
ustedes (Uds.)
Cindy
ella
Juan y usted
ustedes (Uds.)
Enrique y tú
ustedes (Uds.)
Tú y yo
nosotros(as)
Yo y tu amiga
nosotros (as)
El señor Lopez
él
La profesora Hernandez
ella
Tus amigos y ella
ellos
Luis, Nelly y tú
ustedes (Uds.)
Juan, tu y yo
nosotros
Clarissa y su compañera de clase
ellas