Spanish Visual Dictionary For Dummies
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Pronouns are very helpful words you use so that you don’t have to keep saying a person’s name over and over. Remember that Spanish has different pronouns for someone you know well — the familiar form — and for more formal relationships. The following table lists singular and plural pronouns for all occasions.

Person Singular Plural
First person yo = I nosotros = we (male or mixed group)
nosotras= we (female)
Second person familiar tú = you vosotros = you (male or mixed group)
vosotras = you (female)
Second person formal usted = you ustedes = you (plural)
Third person él = he
ella = she
ellos= they (male or mixed group)
ellas= they (female)

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