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Subject Pronouns
Subject Pronouns
Subject Pronouns
Subject Pronouns
Subject Pronouns
Subject Pronouns
Subject Pronouns
Subject Pronouns
Subject Pronouns
Subject Pronouns
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  • 1. Subject Pronouns P. 82 Realidades 1
  • 2. Subject Pronouns
    • The subject of a sentence tells who is doing the action.
    • You often use people’s names as the subject:
    • Gregorio escucha música.
    • Ana canta y baila.
  • 3. Subject Pronouns
    • You also use subject pronouns (I, you, he, she, we, they) to tell who is doing an action.
    • The subject pronouns replace people’s names.
    • Here are all the subject pronouns.
  • 4. Subject Pronouns (Singular)
    • Yo
    • Usted (Ud.)
    • Él
    • Ella
    • I
    • You (informal)
    • You (formal)
    • He
    • She
  • 5. Subject Pronouns (Plural)
    • Nosotros
    • Nosotras
    • Vosotros
    • Vosotras
    • Ustedes (Uds.)
    • Ellos
    • Ellas
    • We (males)
    • We (females)
    • You All (informal)
    • You All (informal)
    • You All (formal)
    • They (males)
    • They (females)
  • 6. Subject Pronouns
    • Tú, usted, ustedes , and vosotros(as) all mean “you.”
    • Use tú with family, friends, people your age or younger, and anyone you call by his or her first name.
  • 7. Subject Pronouns
    • Use usted with adults you address with a title, such as señor, señora, profesor(a) , etc. Usted is usually written as Ud.
  • 8. Subject Pronouns
    • In Latin America, use ustedes when speaking to two or more people, regardless of age. Ustedes is usually written as Uds.
  • 9. Subject Pronouns
    • In Spain, use vosotros(as) when speaking to two or more people you call tú individually:
    • Tú + tú = vosotros(as)
    • Use ustedes when talking to two or more people you call usted individually.
  • 10. Subject Pronouns
    • If a group is made up of males only or of both males and females together, use the masculine forms: nosotr os , vosotr os , ell os .
  • 11. Subject Pronouns
    • You can combine a subject pronoun and a name to form a subject.
  • 12. Subject Pronouns
    • Alejandro y yo = nosotros
    • Carlos y ella = ellos
    • Pepe y tú = ustedes
    • Lola y ella = ellas

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