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Pronouns (subject)

Subject Pronouns

I Yo
You (polite/formal) Usted
He Él
She Ella
We Nosotros
You guys / Y'all (spain only) Vosotros
They Ellos
They (all girls) Ellas
Y'all Ustedes
Talking about myself Yo
Talking about myself and other people Nosotros
Talking to someone directly
Talking to someone directly but polite Usted
Talking to a group of people (in Spain) Vosotros
Talking to a group of people (not in Spain) Ustedes
Talking about one man Él
Talking about one woman Ella
Talking about multiple boys Ellos
Talking about multiple girls Ellas
Juan (about) Él
Paco y Roberto (about) Ellos
Eva y Juana (about) Ellas
Mis amigos (about) Ellos
Alejandra (about) Ella
Timmy, Tommy, Bobby, Joey, José, y yo Nosotros
Timmy, Tommy, Bobby, Joey, José, y Josué (about) Ellos
Señor Hamilton y Señor Walker (about) Ellos
Señor Hamilton y Señor Walker (to) Ustedes
Señor Walker (to) Usted
Juan (your friend, to)
Mis amigas (about) Ellas
Mis amigas (to / in Spain) Vosotras
Paco y Roberto (to / in Spain) Vosotros
Created by: bigstevedog