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.   Watch this video for […]

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Subjective Personal Pronouns in Spanish

Let’s talk about subjective personal pronouns.  This is really one of the foundations for learning correct Spanish grammar.  So take your time with this and make sure you understand it.  Subjective personal pronouns (or subject pronouns) are used when the pronoun is acting as the subject of the verb in the sentence. For example, instead […]

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