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A pronoun is a word that stands in for a noun (e.g. she).
A word or phrase used to refer to the second person informal “tú” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g., How are you?).
(second person singular)
a. you
Yo, como tú, tengo que trabajar mañana.I, like you, have to work tomorrow.
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personal pronoun
Usually omitted in Spanish except for emphasis or contrast.
1. you
  • tú te llamas Sara your name is Sara
  • es más alta que tú she's taller than you
  • hablar o tratar de tú a alguien = to address somebody as “tú”, i.e. informally
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personal pronoun
1 you
cuando tú quieras whenever you like; que esto quede entre tú y yo this is between you and me; ¿yo, gordo? ¿y tú qué? fat? me? what about you?; llegamos antes que tú we arrived before you (did); es mucho más alto que tú he is much taller than you (are)
Señor, tú eres mi salvador
en el partido se mantuvo el tú a tú the game was between equals; the game was an equal struggle; hablar o llamar o tratar a algn de tú to use the "tú" form of address; nos tratamos de tú we address each other as "tú"; háblame de tú, que ahora somos familia you can address me as "tú", we're family now
si lo desea, me puede llamar de [tú]
2 (uso vocativo)
¡tú! ven aquí you! come here; ¡oye tú, que me voy a tener que enfadar! listen, you, I'm going to have to get cross!; ¡tú cállate! shut up, you!
tú, tú y tú pasad adentro
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