Use of Pronouns in Spanish
We use personal pronouns to talk about people without naming them. Personal pronouns replace a name or a noun and they come in a variety of forms: singular and plural, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd person, male and female, as well as formal and informal. As with all the sections in this course, this section begins with basic lessons and continues to more advanced lessons.
A more direct I'm sorry I can't give you an actual an actual study time teachers in school and you can go study time but they don't really. I guess when you get it. Great I guess there might not. The teachers on school never mind that but. Yeah that's pretty much all I have to say what are they so those are you know my my. Tips for success here so like I said you have to have your goals either structure you know what's important to you you need to not get so focused on those tenses and you know practice all the time I almost forgot so I'm beating weblogs this year 2018 we are going to do a lot more on the side I have neglected for too long and I've been doing more more more frequently but I'm making and that actual thing is not unusual resolution because I don't want even resolutions I think Vander resolution do it now like that's the kind of person that I am so you know this is something that's been going on for a while I'm doing podcasts. I'm joined by cast of students you to my Spanish video podcast on this channel but I want to have more in depth podcast on my blog stuff blogspot.com website if you have anything that you would like me to talk about in a podcast please leave a comment below if you everything you need to talk about in the video leave a comment below for that too yep that's all I gotta say it's over the rest of the content on the channel and please subscribe and like the video if you know someone who wants to learn Spanish but they want to teach themselves please share this video with them happy new year and have a great day yeah.