1. (as the subject of a verb; used to address one person)
a. solamente tú (informal) (singular)
If just you go and complain, maybe they won't listen, but if we all go, we can really make an impact.Si solamente tú vas a reclamar, quizá no te hagan caso, pero si vamos todos, eso podría tener un gran impacto.
b. solamente usted (formal) (singular)
They can't come in. Just you.Ellos no pueden entrar. Solamente usted.
2. (as the subject of a verb; used to address multiple people)
a. solamente ustedes (plural)
Does anyone else know? - No, just you two.¿Lo sabe alguien más? - No, solamente ustedes dos.
3. (as the object of a verb; used to address one person)
4. (as the object of a verb; used to address multiple people)
a. solamente a ustedes (plural)
Did Paula give other people gifts? - No, just you.¿Paula le regaló cosas a otras personas? - No, solamente a ustedes.
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