Pronombres del sujeto
|1st Person Singular||I||1ra Persona Singular||yo|
|2nd Person Singular||you||2da Persona Singular||tú|
|3rd Person Singular||he, she, it||3ra Persona Singular||*usted, él, ella|
|1st Person Plural||we||1ra Persona Plural||nosotros/as|
|3rd Person Plural||they||3ra Persona Plural||*ustedes, ellos/as|
- There is NOT a subject pronoun for IT
- Usted and ustedes are commonly abbreviated in writing, ud and uds. They are NOT interchangeable.
- Tú is the familiar form used when addressing friends, relatives, children, animals or anyone with whom you are on a first-name basis.
- Usted is the formal form used to address people for the first time, in business situations, and with someone you might not know well.
- The verbs system in Spanish indicates person, number, and tense, therefore pronouns are usually omitted.
- When used, pronouns are used to:
- show emphasis = Yo tengo el libro. I have the book.
- clarify ambiguity on the third person forms =
- Ella tiene el libro. She has the book.
- Ellos tienen el libro. They have the book.