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Languages, Literatures, and International Studies

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In presenting prepositional pronouns, many Spanish textbooks include incluso and excepto in a list of exceptions that are used with the subject pronouns yo and , instead of and ti. While it is true that incluso and excepto do not directly precede and ti, it is not true that they always require the subject pronouns yo and . I argue that pronoun use with incluso and excepto is more complicated than indicated in textbooks and that it actually varies according to the context of the sentence.