|first person:||yo||nosotros, nosotras|
|second person, informal:||tú||vosotros, vosotras|
What pronoun do you use in Spanish?
Here are the subject pronouns:
- I: Yo.
- You: Tú (informal) / Usted (Formal):
- He: Él.
- She: Ella.
- We: Nosotros / Nosotras.
- You, plural and informal: Vosotros / Vosotras.
- You, plural and formal: Ustedes.
- They: Ellos / Ellas.
Which pronoun should I use Spanish?
If you are talking to more than one person you know well, use vosotros (or vosotras, if you are talking to women only) in Spain. Use ustedes instead in Latin America. Use ustedes if you are talking to more than one person you do not know so well.
What are examples of pronouns in Spanish?
The 12 Personal Subject Pronouns of Spanish
- yo — I.
- tú — you (singular familiar)
- usted — you (singular formal)
- él, ella — he, she.
- nosotros, nosotras — we.
- vosotros, vosotras — you (plural familiar)
- ustedes — you (plural formal)
- ellos, ellas — they.
What are the four ways to say your in Spanish?
“You” in Spanish
|Pronoun||Number and Formality|
|tú||singular and informal|
|vos||singular and formal or informal|
|usted||singular and formal|
|vosotros||plural and informal|
How do you conjugate ser in the present tense?
Presente – Present Tense
- yo soy – I am.
- tú eres – you are.
- vos sos – you (South American) are.
- él/ella/usted es – he/she/you (formal) are.
- nosotros/as somos – we are.
- vosotros/as sois – you (plural) are.
- ustedes son – you (plural) are.
- ellos/as son – they are.
What two pronouns are mainly used in Spain?
- Vosotros forms primarily used in Spain. Ustedes preferred in Latin America.
- Use feminine forms (nosotras, vosotras, ellas) if entire group is female. Otherwise, use masculine.
- There is no subject pronoun for “it” in Spanish.
How do you write in third person in Spanish?
Third person singular – (with) him, her, it, you (formal) – (con) el,ella, Usted (Uds.) Third person plural – (with) them, you (formal) – (con) ellos, ellas, Ustedes (Uds.)
What words can you not use in 3rd person?
Avoid using first person pronouns—“I,” “me,” “my,” “mine,” “myself,” “we,” “us,” “our,” “ours.” When you’ve finished writing and are self-editing your first draft, make sure to check for POV consistency. In third-person limited , remember that the narrator only knows what the character knows.
What is the Spanish pronoun for you?
|first person singular||I||yo|
|second person singular||you/you (formal)||tú/usted|
|third person singular||he/she/it||él/ella|
|first person plural||we||nosotros|