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Spanish Object pronouns direct and indirect

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Transcript of Spanish Object pronouns direct and indirect

Direct & Indirect Object Pronouns By : Taylor Direct Object Pronouns Indirect object pronouns Explanation Direct object pronouns replace direct object nouns Singular Plural ME

TE

LO*

LA* me

you (familiar)

you (formal), him, it

you (formal), her, it NOS



LOS*

LAS* us



you, them

you, them *Lo/ Los are masculine
*La/ Las are feminine Grammar Direct object pronouns go in FRONT of the verb Examples: 1.Tengo a la maestro I have a teacher. La tengo. I have her 2. Ashlyn come una hamburguesa. Ashlyn eats a hamburger. Ashlyn la come Ashlyn eats it If an infinitive follows a verb you can... place it before the verb
attach it to the infinitive Examples: Voy a comer una hamburguesa hoy. La voy a comer hoy.
Voy a comerla hoy. I am going to eat a hamburger today. Online Activities https://conjuguemos.com/activity.php?id=44&source=public&language=spanish&type=fillin https://conjuguemos.com/activity.php?id=45&source=public&language=spanish&type=fillin Follow the Arrow for Review Fill in the blank with the right direct object pronoun 1. ¿Tienes el dinero? Sí, ________ tengo. 2. Corro con mis amigos. __________ corro. Write both ways of writing with an infinitive and direct object pronoun Voy a hacer la maleta. Answers 1. lo
2. los
3. a) La voy a hacer.
b) Voy a hacerla. Answers!! Explanation You use inderect object pronouns to accompany or replace nouns that act like inderect objects. Singular Plaral Online Practices https://conjuguemos.com/activity.php?id=46&source=public&language=spanish&type=fillin https://conjuguemos.com/activity.php?id=47&source=public&language=spanish&type=fillin http://www.studyspanish.com/lessons/dopro1.htm http://www.studyspanish.com/lessons/iopro1.htm Grammar ME

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LE me you (familiar) you (formal) him, her NOS Les us you, them Indirect objects are placed in FRONT of the verb. Fill in the black with the right inderect object pronoun ANSWERS! Answers 1. a) le
b) hacerle Examples Mamá les de el dinero a Gabby y Hannah. Mom gives Gabby and Hannah the money Mamá les da el dinero. Mom gives them the money If an infinitive follows a verb you can... Placed in front of the verb
Attach to the infinitive Example Le voy a vender mi couche a Becky. I'm going to sell Becky my car. Le voy a vender mi coche.
Voy a venderle mi coche. Follow for review Questions 1. Yo voy a hacer una tarta para Lauren. Yo _________ voy a hacer una tarta.
Yo voy a _________ una tarta. 2. El agente vende los boletos de ida y vuelta a nosotros. El agente _______ vende los boletos de ida y vuelta. El agente ________ los boletos de ida y vuelta. 2.a) nos
b) vendenos
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