Personal pronouns

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A personal pronoun is a pronoun that refers to a person. In the following sentence, he is the personal pronoun. John went to the store, and then he went home. Spanish, like English, has several classes of personal pronouns:

The following chart is a summary of the personal pronouns in English and Spanish.

Spanish and English personal pronouns
 EnglishSpanish 
SingularPluralSingularPlural
First personIWeyonosotrosSubject Pronouns (Nominative case)
Second personyouyoutú, vos, ustedustedes, vosotros
Third personhe, she, ittheyél, ellaellos, ellas
First personmeusmenosObject Pronouns (Objective case)
Second personyouyoute, lo, la, le, selos, las, les, se, os
Third personhim, her, themthemlo, la, le, selos, las, les, se
First personmeusmí (yo*)nosotros/nosotrasPrepositional Pronouns
Second person informalyouyouti (tú*, vos*)vosotros/vosotras
Second person formalyouyouustedustedes
Third personhim, her, itthemél, ella, (ello)ellos, ellas
First personwith mewith usconmigocon nosotros/nosotrasPrepositional Pronouns with con
Second person informalwith youwith youcontigo, con voscon vosotros/vosotras
Second person formalwith youwith youconsigo, con ustedconsigo, con ustedes
Third personwith him, with her, with itwith themconsigo, con él/ella/(ello)consigo, con ellos/ellas
First personmy, mineour, oursmi, míonuestroPossessive Adjectives and Pronouns (Possessive or Genetive case)
Second personyour, yoursyour, yourstu, tuyo, su, suyovuestro, su, suyo
Third personhis, hers, itstheirsu, suyosu, suyo