Which pronouns would Alberto Yáñez, a professor from Spain, use to address or talk about the following people1.Referring to students Alicia and Cristina 2. Talking to Mr. Gutiérrez 3.Referring...

Which pronouns would Alberto Yáñez, a professor from Spain, use to address or talk about the following people

1.Referring to students Alicia and Cristina

2. Talking to Mr. Gutiérrez

3.Referring to his brother Carlos

4.Talking to Mr. and Mrs. Morán

5.Talking to his two sons

6.Referring to himself

7.Talking to his wife

8.Referring to his wife

9. Referring to himself and three friends

10.Talking to his two daughters

now i chose ellas for number one and ella for number 8 can someone help me?

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1. Ellas

2. Usted/ Tú

3. Él

4. Ellos

5. Ustedes

6. Yo

7. Tú

8. Ella

9. Nosotros

10. Ustedes

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1.Referring to students Alicia and Cristina - Ellas

2. Talking to Mr. Gutiérrez - Tu or usted

3.Referring to his brother Carlos - El

4.Talking to Mr. and Mrs. Morán - Ustedes (formal)

5.Talking to his two sons - Vosotros

6.Referring to himself - Yo

7.Talking to his wife - Tu (accent on u)

8.Referring to his wife - Ella

9. Referring to himself and three friends - Nosotros

10.Talking to his two daughters - Vosotras or Ustedes

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#2   Ud.      You don't call him by his first name  

#4  Uds.     You plural

#5  Uds. or Vosotros      Depends on where you are.  Spain = vosotros,  Mexico and most other places = Uds.  

Check your book or with your teacher, see if "vosotros, etc" is used in your verb conjugations.

 

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In Spanish from Spain

same as "great-reader" except:

#4  Ustedes  (he is talking directly to them)

#5  Vosotros (family members-informal)

#10  Vosotras (family members-informal)

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