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Thank you all! Some follow-up questions:Is tright here any real difference in between bellas palabras } beautiful wordslindas palabras }amables palabras} type...cálidas palabras?} warm... Are su/sus formal equivalents of tu/tus? Are they plural? Tom
I think I expressed myself wrong. I recognize about the object. What I"m interested in is: are su and sus offered through plural subject (or via both singular and also plural or just singular)? (my dictionary translates them as your but it does not specify the number). tu/tus for the second perboy singularsu/sus for the second perchild plural??? Are they formal? Would they sound strange if I provided them to a perchild that earlier on employed tus in a message for me? Saludos,Tom
Thanks. I think I expressed myself wrong. I know about the object. What I"m interested in is: are su and also sus provided with plural topic (or with bothsingular and also plural or only singular)? (my dictionary translates them as your yet it doesn"t specify whether the number). tu/tus for the second person singularsu/sus for the second person plural??? Are they formal? Would they sound stvariety if I offered them to a perkid who previously on employed tus in a message for me? Saludos,Tom
"Su" goes through "usted"; the formal "you", or otherwise is the 3rd perboy of singular.In spanish to stop formally you usage the 3rd person of singular, not the plural.. I hope that helps..
Thanks. I think I expressed myself wrong. I know around the object. What I"m interested in is: are su and sus provided through plural topic (or through bothsingular and also plural or just singular)? (my dictionary converts them as your yet it does not specify whether the number). tu/tus for the second perboy singularsu/sus for the second perkid plural??? Are they formal? Would they sound strange if I used them to a person that earlier on employed tus in a message for me? Saludos,Tom


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Su is only usage for a singular subject /same with tuSu is formal and also if the perchild has actually currently employ tu/tus I will certainly used it also.tHe factor we provided "su"/sus" is because without learning "formality/respect" is always first for us. I hope this helps,