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Portuguese Subject Pronouns

Murilo Ricci высказывается:
Here you can find all the subject pronouns used in Portuguese. They are probably the most frequently used pronouns.

PortugueseEnglish
euI
você, tuyou
elehe, it
elashe, it
nós, a gentewe
vocêsyou (plural)
elesthey (masculine)
elasthey (feminine)


We also have the pronoun "vós", which native speakers need to learn it, but it’s not used anymore, totally old-fashioned.

Remarks:

* "Você" and "tu" (you) have the same meaning in Brazil, but você is more frequently used than "tu" throughout Brazil. In most regions tu is rarely heard. Use "você" because it is easier. "Tu" introduces a new verb form.
* "Você" (you) is informal and it is widely used in almost any situation while "o senhor/a senhora" (you) is more formal and it is used as a mark of respect, normally when addressing to older people (including parents), important people or people you do not know, but mainly in really formal situations.
* "A gente" (we) is a colloquial form and it is usually used in the spoken language instead of nós (we). Even though it means we, it is a singular form and therefore followed by a singular verb.
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