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Double Object Pronouns

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Karla Munoz

on 21 October 2013

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Double Object Pronouns
Lets review the Direct and Indirect Object Pronouns
Indirect Object Pronouns
Singular Plural
Me Nos
Te Os
Le Les

En Español!
In Spanish, the DOP and the IOP appear before the
conjugated verb
.
The IOP comes first!

La camarera nos trajo
el caldo
a
Juan y a mí
. La camarera
nos

lo
trajo.
The waitress brouhgt
the broth

to Juan and m
e. The waitress brought
it
to
us
.

When a
conjugated verb
appears with an infinitive or a verb in the
–ndo
form, you can put the pronouns before the conjugated verb, or you can attach them to the infinitive to –ndo form.
If you want to attach to an infinitive, you have to add an accent over the following:
ár, ér, ír, iéndo, ándo To preserve pronunciation.

If both pronouns start with the letter L, change the IOP to SE.


Direct Object Pronouns
Singular Plural
Me Nos
Te Os
Lo Los
La Las

things to remember...
To find the
DOP
, look for what is directly receiving the action of the verb.
Ana usa
la computadora
.
Ana
la
usa.
To find the
IOP
, look for what is indirectly receiving the action of the verb.
Kevin da el libro

a Juan
.
Kevin
le
da el libro.
En Inglés......
En Ingles: When two object pronouns are used in the same sentence in English, The DOP often appears first after the verb, and the IOP becomes the object of a preposition.

The waiter brings
Elena

the bill
. The waiter brings
it
to
her
.
We bring
the gift

to Mike
. We give
it
to
him
.
He serves
the pizza

to me
. He serves
it
to
me
.

Lets see....
Before…

Me

los
vas a
pedir
.

Me

los
estas
pidiendo
Attached…
Vas a
pedír
me
los
.
Estás
pidiéndo
me
los
.

Lets see....
Le
pedí
la cuenta
al camarero.
Le
becomes
se
I asked the waiter for the bill.

Se

la
pedí
I asked him for it.


¿
Les
puedes llevar
el té
a esas
mujeres
?
Les
becomes
se
Can you take tea to those women?

¿Puedes llevár
se
lo
?
Can you take it to them?
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