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Hello and welcome back to FluentlyFast! Today we'll be learning personal pronouns or 'Los pronombres de personales'. They are also called personal subject pronouns.

Let's first introduce you all to gender neutral pronouns.

Nowadays it is common to replace masculine 'o' and feminine 'a' with a gender neutral form 'e' in daily conversations and in writing as well. Another form is to use 'elle' in place of ella or él.

Now let's study pronouns

  • Yo – I

Yo soy un estudiante. (I am a student.)

  • Tú — You [singular, informal]

Tú eres hermosa. (You are beautiful.)

  • Usted — You [singular, formal]

¿Habla usted español o Inglés? (Do you speak Spanish or English?)

  • Él – He

Él es un maestro. (He is a teacher.)

  • Ella – She

Ella es mi prima. (She is my cousin.)

  • Nosotros – We, We all [male and general]

  • Nosotras – We, We all [female]

Nosotros somos buenos amigos. (We are good friends.)

Nosotras sois americanas. (We are Americans.)

  • Vosotros – You all [male and general, informal]

  • Vosotras – You all [female, informal]

¿Vosotros vais a ir a Madrid? (Are you all going to Madrid?)

Vosotras sois inteligentes. (You all are intelligent.)

  • Ustedes – You all [general, plural, formal]

Todos ustedes tienen una reunión hoy. (You all have a meeting today.)

  • Ellos – They [male and general]

Ellos van a dormir. (They are going to sleep.)

  • Ellas – They [female]

Ellas estan jugando badminton. (They are playing badminton.)

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