Prepositional Pronouns  

Grammar Spanish Pronouns Prepositional Pronouns

The Spanish prepositional pronouns are listed in the table below. They are identical to the subject pronouns except for mí, ti and sí. Note that mí has a written accent mark to distinguish it from mi meaning “my”. The same applies to sí, as opposed to si meaning “if”. The tú form, ti, does NOT have an accent mark.

ti you (familiar)
él him (formal)
ella her (formal)
usted (Ud.) you (formal)
nosotros (as) us
vosotros (as)* you guys (familiar)
ellos them (masculine)
ellas them (feminine)
ustedes (Uds.) you all (formal)
himself, herself, yourself
themselves, yourselves

*vosotros (as) are mainly used in Spain.


¿Es para él o para ella?
Is it for him or for her?

No saldrán sin nosotros.
They won't leave without us.

A mí me gusta el chocolate.
I like chocolate.

Special forms are found for mí, ti, and sí after the preposition con:

conmigo - with me

¿Vas conmigo?
Are you going with me?

contigo - with you familiar (s)

Me gustaría salir contigo.
I'd like to go out with you.

consigo - with himself, herself, yourself

No traen dinero consigo.
You don't bring money with yourselves.
They don't bring money with themselves.


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