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I know it has to do with pronouns or something but i'm not quite sure what the exact rule is..

  • Posted Oct 4, 2009
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Él refers to when you´re talking about a person.

Él es perezoso.

El without the tilde refers to nouns of a male gender like:

el león, el tigre, o el limón

It´s in lesson 1.1

I suggest you look there for further info.

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él is a personal pronoun which can be used as a subject of a sentence or clause or as an object of the preposition meaning he or him.

el is a definite article used before a masculine, singular noun that means "the"

el is also part of a relative pronoun meaning "which": el que

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You use is when you are talking about a boy

  • Oct 5, 2009
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