What pronoun would you use when talking about someone in Spanish?

What pronoun would you use when talking about someone in Spanish?

Subject Pronouns in Spanish: The Basics

Singular (talking to one person) Plural (talking to 2+ people)
Informal (talking to a friend, family member, or someone significantly younger than you)
Formal (talking to a stranger, supervisor, customer, or someone significantly older than you) Usted Ustedes

What subject pronoun would you use when talking about yourself?

Just means I. Used only when talking about yourself.

What pronoun do you use when talking about one man Spanish?

Spanish Subject Pronouns:

singular: plural:
first person: yo nosotros, nosotras
second person, informal: vosotros, vosotras
second person, formal: usted (Ud.) ustedes (Uds.)
third person: él, ella ellos, ellas

Which subject pronoun is used to talk about yourself?

Pronouns: reflexive (myself, themselves, etc.)

subject pronoun reflexive pronoun
I myself
you (singular) yourself
he himself
she herself

When talking to your friends in Spanish you use?

ustedes (you, plural formal) Since vosotros is only used in Spain, ustedes is used to speak directly to a group of people in both formal and informal situations.

Do you use ser when you are describing someone?

Use Ser When Describing People or Things Ser is used for both physical descriptions and character descriptions or personality traits. Ella es alta. (She is tall.)

How do you use subject pronouns?

Subject pronouns are used to replace nouns that are the subject of the sentence. They can be first, second, or third person. They can also be singular or plural. The subject pronouns are: I, you, he, she, it, we, and they.

Which of the above pronouns do you use when you talk about yourself?

Answer: The pronoun we use for ourselves is ‘I’.

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