New answers tagged

3

It's because the formal second person plural (pronoun "ustedes") and any third person plural (pronoun "ellos") are conjugated in the same way, even if they are different persons, i.e. second vs third. In the example shown, since the pronoun is ommited, and there is no context, it's really not possible to know the person. For reference: &...


5

Maybe you're getting confused with the conjugation of the verbs, e.g. Yo quedo. Tú quedas. Él/ella/Ud. queda. Nosotros quedamos(e.g. we're unemployed) Vosotros quedáis (e.g. "Os habéis quedado sin trabajo") https://www.rae.es/dpd/vosotras (a)Ellos, ellas, (b)Uds. quedan. https://dle.rae.es/quedar intr. Dicho de una persona o de una cosa: ...


Top 50 recent answers are included