"Tienes una cita con ella hoy."
Translation:You have an appointment with her today.
Today you have an appointment with her, means the same as saying you have an appointment with her today
In another chapter I was told elle means she and su means her. So why is ella used here?
"ella" means "she" when used as a subject pronoun: Ella tiene una cita. She has an appointment. ("Ella"/"she" is the grammatical subject of the sentence.)
"ella" means "her" when used as a prepositional object pronoun: Tienes una cita con ella. You have an appointment with her. ("Ella"/"her" is the object of the preposition "con".)
"Su" means "her" not as a prepositional object, but as a possessive determiner: Ella tiene su cartera. She has her wallet. ("Su"/"her" indicates possession of the wallet.)
Sorry I missed something. How did I know it was 'you' have an appointment, rather than 'I' have an appointment?
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Can it be "suyo" instead of "ella"? Something like: "Tienes una cita con suyo hoy."
i thought it said "I have a city with her today" can anyone give any tips to remembering the difference?