Note: In English, the propositional object pronouns are the same as the verb object pronouns: to him, to her, to us, to them. In Spanish, the prepositional object pronouns are the same as the subject pronouns: a él (literally "to he"), a ella ("to she"), a nosotros ("to we"), a ellos ("to they"). The first and second person singular, and the third person reflexive, have special prepositional object pronouns: a mí, a ti, a sí. This should not cause you difficulty in reading.
Forms in YELLOW are the same in both the singular and the plural.
|Subject pronoun||Possessive adjectives||Verb object pronouns||Prepositional object pronoun|
|Unstressed||Stressed||Reflexive pronoun||Indirect object pronoun||Direct object pronoun|
|yo||mi, mis||mío, mía, míos, mías||me||mí (with con, combines to form consigo)|
|tú||tu, tus||tuyo, tuya, tuyos, tuyas||te||ti (with con, combines to form contigo)|
|él, ella, usted (ello, neuter)||su, sus||suyo, suya, suyos, suyas||se||le||lo, la (le)(2)||él, ella, Ud., ello|
|(se)(1)||(sí)(3) (with con, combines to form consigo)|
|nosotros, nosotras||nuestro, nuestra, nuestros, nuestras||nos||nosotros, nosotras|
|vosotros, vosotras||vuestro, vuestras, vuestros, vuestras||os||vosotros, vosotras|
|ellos, ellas, ustedes||su, sus||suyo, suya, suyos, suyas||se||les||los, las (les)(4)||ellos, ellas, Uds.|
|(se)(1)||(sí)(3)(with con, combines to form consigo)|
1. Se is used as indirect object pronoun, replacing le or les, whenever it precedes a third person direct object pronoun. In other words, if there are two object pronouns together, which is not uncommon, and the first of them is a third person indirect object, it will be se rather than le or les. There is no "sense" to this detail, since se, being both singular and plural, is less precise than the forms it replaces.
2. In Spain le is used as masculine direct object pronoun, referring to either él or usted (when masculine).
3. Sí is used reflexively only: Lo hace para sí, he/she/it does it for him/her/itself. Sí combines with con to form consigo: Lo llevan consigo, they take it with them.
4. Les is used in Spain as a direct object pronoun corresponding to ustedes