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You use this pronoun to talk about a girl.
What is ella?
100
This pronoun means "I".
What is "yo".
100
You use this form when you are talking to a classmate.
What is tú?
100
This pronoun would replace "Maria" in a sentence.
What is "ella"?
100
This is the difference between "tú" and "usted".
What is formal and informal?
200
You use this pronoun to talk about a group of boys.
What is ellos?
200
This pronoun means "they".
What is "ellos"?
200
You use this form when talking to your little brother.
What is "tú"?
200
This pronoun would replace "Paco" in a sentence.
What is "él"?
200
This is the form I would use to talk to Miss Voight.
What is "usted"?
300
You use this pronoun to talk about a group of both boys and girls.
What is ellos?
300
This pronoun means "you", when you're talking to your best friend.
What is tú?
300
You use this form when talking to your teacher.
What is "usted"?
300
This pronoun would replace "Daniel y Miguel" in a sentence.
What is "ellos"?
300
This is what "ustedes" means.
What is "you all"?
400
You use this form to talk about all of us, including boys and girls.
What is nosotros?
400
This pronoun means "we".
What is "nosotros"?
400
You use this form when talking to someone just met.
What is "usted"?
400
This pronoun would replace "Selena y Tanya" in a sentence.
What is "ellas?"
400
This is how you say "we" in Spanish.
What is nosotros?
500
You use this form to talk about all of us, only girls.
What is nosotras?
500
This pronoun means "you all".
What is ustedes?
500
You use this form when talking to a group of teachers?
What is "ustedes"?
500
This pronoun would replace "Mamá y Papá" in a sentence.
What is "ellos"?
500
This is how you know if a "we" is a group of girls instead of a group of boys.
What is "nosotras" instead of "nosotros"?
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