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Spanish Pronouns

Spanish Pronouns

Personal pronouns

ingular Plural
yo nosotros/as
vosotros/as
usted ustedes
el/ ella ellos/ellas
vos

For how to use tú and “vos” Spanish Pronouns visit our post you in Spanish

Demostrative Pronouns

Singular Plural
Masculino Femenino Masculino Femenino
Este Esta Estos Estas
Ese Esa Esos Esas
Aquel Aquella Aquellos Aquellas
Neutros: Esto, eso aquellos

possessive pronoun

The possessive pronouns replace a noun indicating who they belong to. They have an article (el mío, los tuyos, la nuestra, las suyas, etc..).

La bicecleta – la mía

Singular Plural
mío / a nuestro / a míos/as nuestros / as
tuyo / a vuestro / a tuyos vuestros / as
suyo /a suyo /a suyos /as suyos /as
suyo /a suyo /a suyos /as suyos /as
tuyo / a tuyos / as

Object pronouns

The object pronouns replace a word or phrase in the sentence that serves as a direct or indirect object.

Direct object pronouns

Direct object pronouns replace a word or phrase in the sentence of that role.(“Ayer vi una película / Ayer la vi; Conozco a tu hermano / Lo conozco; Compramos una casa a buen precio / La compramos a buen precio; ¿Ya sacaron los pasajes ? / ¿Ya lossacaron?

They are located before the verb (lo veo, me llama, te quiero, la buscan, etc.) Other than the infinitive (Quiero verlo, ¿Podés llamarme?, Siempre voy a quererte, Fueron a buscarla, etc.) And the imperative (Miralo; Llamame; Buscala; etc.). With the gerund can go before or after the verb phrase (Los están examinando / Están examinándolos; Viene trayéndoloLo viene trayendo).

Singular Plural
me nos
te os
lo / la los / las
lo / la los / las
te

Indirect object pronouns

An Indirect Object, or complemento/objeto indirecto, tells to whom or for whom the action is done. It is the part of the sentence that indirectly receives the action of the verb. It usually refers to a person. ej. Mi amigo me dio una blusa. Tus padres te dieron una bolsa.

As is the the case with the direct object pronouns, indirect object pronouns may replace the indirect object nouns. ej. ¿Qué le regalaste a Pepe? Le regalé un cinturón.

Since le and les have a number of different meanings, the indirect object pronouns are sometimes used together with the corresponding indirect object noun (preceded by “a”) or prepositional phrases (a él, a ella, a usted, a ellos, a ellas, a ustedes) for clarification when the context is unclear.ej. Le compré una guayabera a papá. Le conté la historia a él.

Singular Plural
me nos
te os
le les
le les
te

Reflexive pronouns

reflexive pronouns change reflexive certain verbs such as bañarse, secarse, despertarse, morirse, vestirse, maquillarse, afeitarse, sentarse, pararse, acostarse, sentirse, etc. (bathing, drying, waking up, dying, getting dressed, applying makeup, shaving, sitting, standing, lying down, feeling, etc.)

Singular Plural
me nos
te os
se se
se se
te


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