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Spanish Pronouns Overview
This is the Spanish Pronouns Overview.
The Spanish pronouns are ordered according to the CEFR level scale.
What Are Pronouns?
Pronouns are a subcategory of nouns. What sets them apart are that pronouns can replace other nouns.
For example, if you tell a story about your father John, it becomes rather dull if you keep saying “John” over and over again.
In that case you can refer to your father as “he” or “him”.
There are many different kinds of pronouns, you will meet all of them as you progress!
In A0/A1 you will learn the fundamentals of Spanish pronouns.
In A2 you will learn about the elementary principles of Spanish pronouns.
In B1 you will learn about the intermediate principles of Spanish pronouns.
In B2 you will learn about the upper intermediate principles of Spanish pronouns.
In C1 you will learn about the advanced principles of Spanish pronouns.
Spanish A0/A1: Pronouns
Yo = I
Él/Ella = He/She
Nosotros = We
Ellos/Ellas = They
Tú/Usted/Vosotros/Ustedes = You
Spanish A2: Pronouns
Spanish Direct Object Pronouns
Spanish Indirect Object Pronouns
Este/Esta/Estos/Estas/Esto = This One/These Ones/This
Ese/Esa/Esos/Esas/Eso = That One/Those Ones/That
Algo = Anything and Something
Alguien = Someone and Anyone
Nada = Not Anything and Nothing
Nadie = Not Anyone and Nobody/No One
Spanish Possessive Pronouns
Otro = Another and Other
Mi vs Mí
Spanish B1: Pronouns
El Cual/La Cual/Los Cuales/Las Cuales
How to Use Spanish Indirect and Direct Object Pronouns Together
Lo Que = What/Which/That Which/The Thing That
How to Position Spanish Pronouns with Conjugated Verbs
How to Use Reciprocal Verbs in Spanish
Quien vs Quién
Spanish B2: Pronouns
El que/La que/Los que/Las que = The one/Ones who/That
How To Use El que/La que/Los que/Las que With Prepositions
How To Use Prepositions With Lo Que in Spanish
Spanish C1: Pronouns
How To Say Whose in Spanish With Cuyo/Cuya/Cuyos/Cuyas