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A pronoun is a word that stands in for a noun (e.g. she).
1. (the two; plural subject or object)
a. both (all persons)
¿Sabes si Verónica y Minerva quieren pizza? - Sí, las dos dijeron que sí quieren.Do you know if Veronica and Minerva want pizza? - Yes, both said they do.
Los dos sabemos que eso no es cierto.We both know that's not true.
b. both of us (first person)
En realidad, deberíamos ir los dos a visitarlo.Really, both of us should go to visit him.
c. us (first person)
Una de las dos tiene que hacerlo, o tú o yo.One of us has to do it, either you or I.
d. both of you (second person)
Quiero que los dos salgan a limpiar el jardín ahora mismo.I want both of you to go out and tidy up the garden right now.
e. you (second person)
Tengo una tarea para los dos, vengan aquí.Come over here, I have something for you to do.
f. both of them (third person)
No podía decidir qué camisa comprar, así que compré las dos.I couldn't decide which shirt to buy, so I bought both of them.
g. them (third person)
¿Cuál de los dos te llevó al aeropuerto? ¿Jaime o Mario?Which one of them took you to the airport? Jaime or Mario?
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
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