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Direct/Indirect Object Pronouns

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Alec Simoncelli

on 28 May 2011

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Transcript of Direct/Indirect Object Pronouns

DIRECT
OBJECT PRONOUNS Q: What are they in English?

A: What or Who(m) after the verb.

Ex: Ana Maria ve la tele.
(What do you see?)
Ex: Escuchamos musica.
(What do we listen to?) Usages They can be pronouns as well as nouns. Pronouns are used to AVOID REPITION. Ex: Ellos tocan música clásica y la escuchamos en el radio. Placement 1. They are placed before the conjugated verb. (When you only have one verb in the sentence). 2. If there is an infinitive, or a present progressive, the DOP may either come before or become part of the word. 3. The DOP is always going to go on the end of a command. 4. Remember when you hook a pronoun to the end of a command or to a present progressive verb with two or more syllables, you must write and accent. INDIRECT
OBJECT PRONOUNS Q: What are they in English?

A: They answer the question TO WHOM or FOR WHOM when something is done.

Ex: What are you going to buy David?

Give us the money?

We'll get it for him?

Don't forget to write me? DOP -me
-te
-lo/la -nos
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-los/las IDOP A mí me
A tí te
A él
A ella le
A ud. A nosotros nos
-----
A ellos
A ellas les
A Uds. usages 1. Object pronounslike subject pronouns are words that allow you to identify people without using or repeating their names 2. IDOP's can only be use to identify people or things that have feelings. 3. IDOP can be clarified or emphasized by using A + a name or a pronoun. Placement 1. Usually the IDOP comes before the verb.

Ex. A ver si le encontramos a Taylor una camiseta. 2. With an affirmative command, the IDOP is always hooked on the end of the command.

Ex: LE + COMPRAR = CÓMPRARLE
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