There is a group of verbs in Spanish that pose a problem for a stranger when it comes to whether this is the subject. These are verbs like: love, please, horrify, disturb, charm. and their subject is a little outside of himself who speaks and who is influenced positively or negatively by it: in Spanish, second person pronouns they use their own individual verbal forms; third person you share forms with third-party pronouns; see above, for example. As we can see, verbs have nothing to do with the accompanying pronoun, which is sometimes direct additions and other indirect additions. The theme goes in italics and can be placed before or verb details. Connect the verb between parntesis as a reference value and in the right person! Note: -os pronouns refer to a pair/group that is all male or mixed; – as a couple/group, all of whom are women. .