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Indirect Object Pronouns

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Alexa Spain

on 20 April 2016

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Transcript of Indirect Object Pronouns

Indirect Object Pronouns
In Spanish,
indirect object pronouns are used to accompany or
replace nouns that act as indirect objects.
* The indirect object pronouns
me, te, nos,
and
os
are the same as the direct object pronouns. Only the
usted/el/ella
and
ustedes/ellos/ellas
forms are different.
Indirect Object Pronouns
Singular

me (me)
te (you-familiar)
le (you-formal, him, her
Plural
nos (us)
os (you-familiar)
les (you, them)
In Spanish, you must
usethe indirect object
pronoun to accompany
the noun it modifies or
to replace the noun. The pronoun appears before conjugated verbs.
Ejemplo:
Mamá les da el dinero a Jose y Ana.
accompanies
Mamá les da el dinero
replaces
*When an infinitive follows the conjugated verb, the indirect object pronoun can be placed before the conjugated verb or attached to the infinitive.
Le voy a vender mi coche a Sara.
becomes
Le voy a vender mi coche.
Voy a venderle mi coche
.
attached
before
1. el agente/dar/el itinerario/a mis padres

2. mi padre/pagar/cuatrocientos dólares/a la agente de viajes

3. mis abuelos/dar/equipaje nuevo/a mi y a mi hermano

4. mi madre/ regalar/ un nuevo traje de baño/ a mi/ para el viaje

5. yo/dar/mi perro/a ti/cuando voy de vacaciones

6. nosotros/dar/el equipaje/al auxiliar de vuelo
1. John buys me a book.

2. They give them food.

3. The cafeteria sells food to the students.

4. The teacher does not give them a lot of homework.

5. I buy gifts for my friends.
Vamos a practicar
Rewrite the following sentences using BOTH object pronouns
1. La madre da el regalo al hijo.

2. Tenemos que comer la hamburguesa con ella manana.

3. En la clase de espanol, la maestra da un examen a los estudiantes.

4. Necesitas comprar una chaqueta nueva para tu madre.

5. Ella
Your Understanding?
What do indirect object pronouns refer to?

What are the indirect object pronouns?


Where does an indirect object pronoun go? (give example)
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