How do you use este ese and Aquel?

How do you use este ese and Aquel?


  1. este, to refer to something/someone near the speaker.
  2. ese, to refer to something/someone near the listener.
  3. aquel, to refer to something/someone away from both the speaker and listener.

What is Aquel?

Aquel/aquella are about distance (that over there) if you want to point out a specific object, it’s eso, ese, and esa but with marks (éso, ése, ésa) so “that fruit” is “esa fruta” but “that specific fruit out of all of those fruits” is “ésa fruta” because éso/ésa means “that one” while all the others mean “that”

Is Aquel masculine or feminine?

3. Aquel

Masculine Singular Feminine Singular Feminine Plural
aquel (that over there) aquella (that over there) aquellas (those over there)

What tense is ese?

Whereas Ese is used for the present tense. Ese used to mention accuracy or how accurately far or close the object is to the person or listener but, this is not the case of Aquel.

What’s the difference between Este and Aquel?

Este – Object that is close to you. Ese – Object that is close to the other person. Aquel – Object that is far away from both of you.

How do you say bro in Spanish slang?

Wey (güey) means bro or dude, but it can also be a general word for guy.

What’s the difference between ESE and Aquel in Spanish?

So, using ese or aquel is sometimes subjective. Remember that in Spanish there are 3 distances when using demonstrative adjectives! In English we only have 2: near and far. So the third one (aquel, aquella, aquellos, aquellas) is generally translated as “that/those over there”.

When to use the adjective Este in Spanish?

Este is used to describe a noun that is close to the speaker and listener. It is normally used to talk about something within reaching distance of the speaker. Here are the four forms este can take in Spanish. Check out these examples with different forms of este.

Which is the correct adjective Ese or ESOS?

2. Ese Masculine Singular Feminine Singular Masculine Plural Feminine Plural ese ( that) esa ( that) esos ( those) esas ( those)

What’s the difference between este, ese and Estas?

Este / esta / estos / estas = this / these Demonstrative adjective Masculine Feminine Singular este this esta this Plural estos these estas these