ustedes vienen

ElizabethA2Kwiziq community member

ustedes vienen

doesn't that mean: they?  not are YOU coming to dinner?

Asked 11 months ago
InmaKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hola Elizabeth

"Ustedes vienen" means "you [formal plural] come/are coming". The pronoun ustedes is used as a formal you plural (as opposed to the informal vosotros); but the conjugation of the verb is that of the "they form", so:

Vosotros venís a cenar.

Ustedes vienen a cenar.

Here is a article that will be useful to read talking about this. Have a look.

Un saludo

Inma

ustedes vienen

doesn't that mean: they?  not are YOU coming to dinner?

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