As we can see, verbs have nothing to do with the accompanying pronoun, which are sometimes direct add-ons and other indirect add-ons. The pattern is italic and can be placed in front of or behind the verb. There is a group of Spanish verbs that is a problem for a foreigner when it comes to knowing what the subject is. They are verbs like: how, please, horrify, annoy, enchant… and whose subject is somewhat foreign to the subject which speaks itself and which is affected positively or negatively: invoke the verb between Parntese in indicative presence and in the appropriate person! In Spanish, second-person pronouns use their own unique forms of verbs; Third-party pronouns share forms of verbs with third-party pronouns; see z.B. above. Note: bone pronouns refer to a couple/group, all male or mixed; – as pronouns to couple/group which is all women.