wontgetadayjob (wontgetadayjob) wrote in linguaphiles,
wontgetadayjob
wontgetadayjob
linguaphiles

 Hi linguaphiles! I have a spanish question.
OK, so i'm studying for the Spanish AP. One of the parts is writing formal and informal letters.
I have to keep the letters in consistent tu or usted form throughout...
I want to know what is the correct way to say "your" in the formal usted form and what is the indirect object pronoun in the usted form.
is it just the same as the el, ella forms? i guess I'm afraid of being unclear....
thanks so much!
Subscribe

  • Are these symbols Korean or Japanese?

    This was in the garage of a house we moved into. The previous owner had been stationed in Korea and had visited Japan. Would anybody know what…

  • 諦める and 諦めがつく

    Is there a difference between 諦める and 諦めがつく?

  • グズグズ meaning

    I am having trouble understanding what "グズグズ" means in this sentence: あのグズグズだった頃の俺の心がお前となぁなぁになる事をまだ許していないのは確かだ Could someone explain?

  • Post a new comment

    Error

    Anonymous comments are disabled in this journal

    default userpic

    Your reply will be screened

    Your IP address will be recorded 

  • 6 comments