Why can't "Ella" be used in place of Sus? Is it because of possession? The pants belong to her?
Ellas pantalones? Would that be correct? I believe so... but tell me if it's not?
- She= ella
- Her=Sus, su (de ella)
- His=Sus, su (de él)
- Ella lleva puestos sus pantalones= She wear her pants
In English we add an 's' to a pronoun to show possession, like Elise's cat, but in Spanish the only way to show possessiveness is "el _ de ella" or a possessive article, which go my: mi(s) your: tu(s) her/his: su(s) our: nuestro(s) y'alls (in spain): vuestro(s) theirs, y'alls (in mexico): su(s)