What subject pronouns are you looking for?
In Spanish, the pronoun can be used in any order. However, it is almost always necessary in English.
However, keep in mind that it always precedes the verb except in questions. Questions containing the verb “be” will be answered (is, are, and were). The verb is the first.
I am hungry.
Am I hungry?
However, in the other questions, the pronoun is placed after the auxiliary verb.
We eat pizza.
Do we eat pizza?
What to know about object pronouns
Spanish is a language where the object pronoun is often placed before the verb. In English, however, it always follows the verb.
While some words like “me” or “us” should not cause you any trouble, others like “him,” “her,” and other terms like “him” or “us” can be confusing. Why? It’s because “him” or “her” in Spanish can both be “le.”
My students have called me, unintentionally, a woman on several occasions.
“Do you know Chris?” “Yes, I know Chris.” tth_tth
They are also wrong about the gender of their relatives.
“Today is my wife’s birthday, and I gave him a rose.
Two pronouns are used in one sentence.
It can be confusing to use subject and object pronouns in the same sentence, and this is because the sentence structure is different from Spanish. It shouldn’t be a problem if you remember that the subject pronoun is before the verb, and the object pronoun follows.