Lesson Objectives: In this lesson, we will learn the singular subject pronouns -- I, you, he, and she. We will then cover the names of some of the most common academic subjects.Vocabulary:alemán - Germanchino - Chineseespañol - Spanishfrancés - Frenchinglés - Englishla lengua - the language or tongueciencias naturales - natural scienceshumanidades - humanitiesbiología - biologyfísica - physicsingeniería - engineeringmatemáticas - mathquímica - chemistryantropología - anthropologyarqueología - archeologyhistoria - historyla música - the musicel arte - the artnegocio - businessla materia - the subject (referring to an academic subject or course of study)In this lesson, we will look at subject pronouns. Subject pronouns are used in place of the subject. In English, they include I, he, she, they, etc..There are 12 different subject pronouns in Spanish, two of which are only used in Spain.The first subject pronoun is...Yo, which means 'I' - YoTú means 'You'. It is an informal way to say "you." It should only be used with friends or family. Tú.Usted also means You, except it's more formal. You will often use 'usted' with someone you've just met or with someone that you have a professional relationship with—for example, your doctor.Él means 'he'. Él.Ella means 'she'. Ella.