Yo I Nosotros/nosotras we
Tú you (familiar) Vosotros/vosotras you (all-fam/informal)Usted (Ud.) you (formal) Ustedes (Uds.) you (all–formal)
Él he Ellos they
Ella she Ellas they
= Masculine plural form is used to refer to a group of males, as well as to a group of males and females.
Ejemplo: Ellos = They (all males; males and females)
Ellas = They (all females)
= Tú refers to children, close friends or members of your family.
= Usted / Ustedes (Ud. / Uds.) is used to show respect and refers to people whom the speaker has a more formal or distant relationship.
= Vosotros / vosotras is informal or familiar and is used to refer to close friends and family members.
= Subject pronouns are not used as frequently in Spanish as they are in English and may usually be omitted. This is because in Spanish verb endings indicate the person.
Ejemplo: comemos, ending in –mos, can only mean we eat.