3 Tips to Avoid the Common Mistakes when Using Subjective Personal Pronouns in Spanish

Tip #1:  él and tú need to have an accent when they are being used as subject pronouns

Tip #2:  yo is not always capitalized in Spanish

Tip #3:  Ud. and Uds. need a capital letter when written as an abbreviation.  When written out, they follow the regular capitalization rules.


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