Put Your Pronouns In, Take Your Pronouns Out

Put Your Pronouns In, Take Your Pronouns Out

I talk fast. I like to get as many words out as possible in as short of a time frame as possible. It’s my nature. So… I took it as really good news when I found out: In Spanish, you usually don’t have to use subject pronouns (I’ve been referring to them as Personal Pronouns in past lessons). That means, you can say the same thing with fewer words. Kind of like the equivalent of “works” instead of “he works”. Ha ha ha. It just doesn’t work in English. And there’s a very specific reason for that–and I explain it in today’s video.

Free Practice Resources:

Word List: Put Your Pronouns In, Take Your Pronouns Out

Related Videos:

The Infinitive & Conjugation

Personal Pronouns

The Three Enemigos

Verb Conjugation Boot Camp - Present Tense Edition

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