Spanish Personal Pronouns after Prepositions

The Personal Pronouns we can use right after a Preposition in Spanish depend on what Preposition it is:

After most prepositions

After most prepositions, we use the Subject Pronouns except for the first and second person singular, where we use «mí» and «ti».

a
para
en
por
de
hasta
....
ti
él
ella
usted
nosotros
nosotras
vosotros
vosotras
ellos
ellas
ustedes

Example Sentences:

A mí me gusta bailar. = I like dancing.

Este libro es para ti. = This book is for you.

La noticia llegó hasta nosotros. = The news came to us.


After “entre, excepto, incluso, menos, salvo” and “hasta” (only when it means “even”)

After these prepositions, we use the Subject Pronouns, without exceptions for any person.

entre
excepto
incluso
menos
salvo
hasta
yo
él
ella
usted
nosotros
nosotras
vosotros
vosotras
ellos
ellas
ustedes

Example sentences:

Esto queda entre tú y yo. = This stays between you and me.

Hasta yo lo sé. = Even I know it.

Todo el mundo va a la fiesta excepto vosotros. = Everybody’s going to the party except you guys.




After “con”

After the preposition «con», we use the Subject pronouns except for the first and second person singular, where we use «conmigo» (with me) and «contigo» (with you).

conmigo
contigo
con él
con ella
con usted
con nosotros
con nosotras
con vosotros
con vosotras
con ellos
con ellas
con ustedes

Example sentences:

Ven conmigo. = Come with me.

Contigo soy feliz = With you, I’m happy.

María tiene una relación con él. = María has a relationship with him.