Use Personal Pronouns in Spanish
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Hello and welcome to VisiHow. This is part of a series of videos on the Spanish language. In this video, we are going to show you how to use personal pronouns. In English, the personal pronouns are I, you, he, she, we and they.
- 7"Vosotros or "Vosotras" means "You", in the informal plural form.We have two different endings for each of these options. There are "Nosotros" and "Nosotras", and there are "Vosotros" and "Vosotras". That is because they are masculine and feminine. If the ending is "-os", then it is masculine. If it ends in "_as", then it is feminine. "Nosotros" is masculine, and "Nosotras" is feminine.
- 8Next, we have "Ustedes", which is "You", in the formal plural form.In English, we don't have the You plural and You singular. We say You for one person, singular, or for a group. In Spanish, we can say You for an individual, and there is a different personal pronoun for a group of people, and this is "Vosotros" or "Vosotras". "Tú" is "You", singular, and "Vosotros" is "You", plural.
- 15This concludes our tutorial on personal pronouns in the Spanish language.If you have any questions or comments regarding this video or about the content that you have seen in this video, then please leave them in the comment section below, and we shall answer them or you. Make sure to check out the other videos in this Spanish language series on VisiHow, and we'll help you learn even more about this wonderful language.Advertisement
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