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Direct/ Indirect Objects (español)

by: Jessica Davis

Direct/ Indirect Objects (español) Spanish 425

Jessica Davis
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This is a quick overview of the direct/indirect objects in Spanish and some examples to help
Advanced Spanish Grammar
Mrs. Velásquez
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spanish, Studyguide, exam material, midterm
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Jessica Davis on Saturday October 8, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to Spanish 425 at Jackson State University taught by Mrs. Velásquez in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 35 views. For similar materials see Advanced Spanish Grammar in Department of Modern Languages at Jackson State University.

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Date Created: 10/08/16
Jessica/Oct. 2016 Grammar notes Indirect Objects/Direct Objects D.O. Pronouns Me Te Lo, La Nos Os Los, Las I.D. Pronouns Me Te Le Nos Os Les *When you have both the direct and indirect object in the same sentence, the indirect object pronoun comes first. Examples: Ellos me los dan. They gave them to me. *Whenever both of the pronouns begin with the letter “I” you then have to change the first pronoun to ‘se’ Le Lo  Se Lo Le La  Se La Le Los  Se Los Le Las  Se Las For negative sentences the word comes directly before the first pronoun. No se lo tengo. Prepositional ‘A’ If you have two verbs in the same sentence then you have two choices on where to place the pronouns. 1. Place before conjugated verb 2. Attach it directly to the infinitive Examples: Pedro me da la bicicleta a mí. He gives the bicycle to me Although the prepositional form gives clarification, it doesn’t substitute for the indirect object pronouns but the indirect object pronoun must always be used. Modelo :Ella trae las entradas ( para él) Ella le trae las entradas. Practice examples that you can try! 1. Nosotros vamos a traer el postre (para ustedes) 2. Ellos están hacienda la tarea (para el professor) 3. Fernando trae las bebidas (para nosotros)


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