LOS PRONOMBRES PERSONALES En el español de México
YO - I
TÚ - YOU
USTED - YOU (FORMAL-MALE/FEMALE)
ÉL - HE
ELLA - SHE
NOSOTROS - WE (MALE)
NOSOTRAS - WE (FEMALE)
USTEDES - YOU (PLURAL)
ELLOS - THEY (MALE)
ELLAS - THEY (FEMALE)
In other countries, there are different personal rponouns (like Vós (you-singular), Vosotros and Vosotras (You - Plural), and this may produce some changes in the conjugation of the verbs. In México we can perfectly understand this "foreigner" pronouns, but we don't use it. People from Argentina or Spain and Cuba, Mexico, etc. can understand to each other.
Sometimes it is fun to talk to another foreigner spanish speaker, because we can share and talk about the different ways to name or say something.
For example there is the universal word NIÑO (boy), but each spanish country has its own way to call it (or many other ways in one same countyry) like:
- SPAIN: CRÍO, CHICO
- ARGENTINA: CHAVAL, PIBE
- MÉXICO: CHAMACO, ESCUINCLE, CHAVO, CHICO, PLEBE, MORRO (VERY INFORMAL WAY), ETC.
HERE YOU HAVE A VIDEO TO STUDY AND PRACTICE THE PERSONAL PRONOUNS IN MEXICO,...
As you can see... some words give the gender to the sustantive (male or female).. in spanish the words that end in O are male and singular, and the words ending in A are singular and female (there are many exceptions that we are going to study in other lesson). That's why you have to pay atebntion to the gender of the word to recognize what pronoun you have to use. It is also important to pay atention to the number of the sustantive (singular or plural) sometimes it is just enough to add an S at the end of the sustantive to make it plural (not in all cases)
Male (Singular - Plural):
Book: Libro - Libros
Female (Singular - Plural)
House Casa - Casas
This is a very important point, so later you will find a lesson about it. Now you have to know this, but the really important point in today's lesson is about the personal pronouns in mexican spanish.
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