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Prepositional Pronouns in Spanish

Prepositional Pronouns in Spanish

Quick Answer

Prepositional pronouns are pronouns that come after prepositions, such as de, para, or con.

Prepositional Pronoun Forms

Subject PronounPrepositional PronounEnglish
yo
me
ti
you
él
él
him
ella
ella
her
usted
usted
you
nosotros
nosotros
us
nosotras
nosotras
us
ellos
ellos
them
ellas
ellas
them
ustedes
ustedes
you (all)
vosotros
vosotros
you (all)
vosotras
vosotras
you (all)

The pronoun may be used instead of él, ella, ellos or ellas when these are used reflexively (when the subject and object are the same person).

Cree que lo puede hacer por solo.
He thinks he can do it all by himself.

Prepositional Pronoun Examples

Mi madre siempre habla de .
My mother always talks about me.
Este regalo es para ti.
This gift is for you.

Con Exceptions

When used after the preposition con (with), three prepositional pronouns change form.

  • con + = conmigo (with me)
  • con + ti = contigo (with you)
  • con + = consigo (with himself/herself)
¿Quieres salir conmigo?
Do you want to go out with me?
Ella va contigo.
She is going with you.
Siempre habla consigo mismo.
He always talks to himself.

Exceptions

and ti are not used after the following prepositions.

SpanishEnglish
entre
between
excepto
except
incluso
including
menos
except
salvo
except
según
according to
Es la diferencia entre tú y yo.
It is the difference between you and me.
Según tú, es un buen hombre.
According to you, he is a good man.

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