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Subject pronouns


In spanish you usually drop the subject pronouns. But what if with a verb like estar, where the conjugations of the first person and third person are sometimes the same (estaba for example) . Do you than add the subject pronoun?

For learning: Spanish
Base language: English
Category: Language


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    You can use them or not, depending on what you're try to express and the context.
    Ayer estaba en el gimnasio y me encontré a a Juan. Creo estuvo de vacaciones porque estaba muy bronceado.

    Usually it's obvious from the context, but you can use the subject pronoun, if you need to. Normally you use Ud.

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