Subject pronouns are used to replace a noun which is the subject of the verb, in other words, the person or thing that is doing the action in the sentence.
The words I, you, he, she, we, you and they are subject pronouns, eg Leo juega al fútbol (Leo plays football) becomes él juega al fútbol (he plays football). Subject pronouns are mostly used for emphasis in Spanish:
|usted||you (formal singular)|
|nosotros||we (all male or a mixed group)|
|nosotras||we (all female)|
|vosotros||you (plural - all male or a mixed group)|
|vosotras||you (plural - all female)|
|ellos||they (all male or a mixed group)|
|ellas||they (all female)|
|ustedes||you (formal plural)|
Replace the subject in bold with the correct subject pronoun.