Question: What is you go in Spanish plural?

you go plural. ■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■ vas plural. you. tú

What is their plural in Spanish?

vuestras. your plural (ustedes)

What is you went plural in Spanish?

you plural went. ■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■ you. tú usted.

Where are you from in Spanish plural?

Where are you from? = ¿De dónde eres? (Informal singular you). Where are you from? = ¿De dónde son (ustedes)? (formal plural you in Spain and only plural you in Latin America).

What is you all in Spanish plural?

However, in Spanish a plural subject pronoun exists to say “you-all”. The subject pronoun for this is vosotros or ustedes. o It is important to note that the pronoun vosotros is only used in Spain. Other Spanish-speaking countries prefer ustedes.

Is Ciudad FEM or MASC?

Feminine nouns include the following: Most nouns that end in -a, such as ensalada (salad) Nouns that identify females, such as hija (daughter) Nouns that end in -dad or -tad, such as ciudad (city) and libertad (liberty)

Is Las plural or singular?

los and las are used before plural nouns. los is used with masculine plural words, and las is used with feminine plural words.

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Is it formal or informal?

Yes. As far as I know, you actually is the formal, originally plural version (ye/you/your) and thou was the informal version (thou/thee/thy/thine).

Is usted plural?

Usted is the formal “you.” The plural is ustedes, which is used in both formal and informal situations.

Is Tu formal or informal?

There are two ways of saying “you” in Spanish: usted and tú. Many Spanish teachers will tell you that usted is used in formal situations, while tú is informal.

How is it going Spanish?

“¿qué tal?”

How do you respond to De donde eres?

De donde eres? Pronounced: day-dohn-day-air-es. This phrase means “where are you from?” The correct response when somebody asks you “de donde eres” is “yo soy de [insert your answer].” Pronounced: yo-soy-day [insert your answer].

Can you be plural?

In Modern English, you is the second-person pronoun. It is grammatically plural, and was historically used only for the dative case, but in most modern dialects is used for all cases and numbers.

What goes after nosotros?

It is important to know that the top row is called first person ( yo and nosotros/nosotras). The second row is called the second person ( tú and vosotros/vosotras), and anything lower on the chart is called the third person ( él, ella, usted, ellos, ellas, and ustedes).

What does PL FAM mean?

In Spanish, the way you say “you are, you have (pl. fam.)” is: (verb: to be, to have, there is)