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Indirect Object Pronouns in Spanish (IOP)

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Transcript of Indirect Object Pronouns in Spanish (IOP)

Indirect Objects Pronouns
IOP
Indirect objects anwer
"to whom/what" or
"for whom/what" the action is done.
In order to find the indirect object of a sentence, ask the question "to whom/what" or "for whom/what" of the verb.
Juan writes a letter to his grandmother.
Juan writes a letter to whom?
His grandmother.
Marisa gives food to her dog.
Marisa gives food to what/whom?
Her dog
Indirect Object Pronouns (IOP) are used to replace indirect objects in a sentence
Indirect Object Pronouns
( IOP )

me nos
te Os
le les
IOP's are placed
before
the conjugated verb
Yo compro el vestido para Maria
¿
Para quién
yo compro el vestido?
Replace Indirect Object with the appropriate Pronoun and place it
before
the verb.
Yo
le
paso el libro

Yo p
aso el libro a Maria
¿A quién pasas el libro?
A Maria
Para Maria
Felipe regala una flor a Hannah

¿
A quién
le regala una flor Felipe?

A Hannah




Felipe ___ regala la flor

Mrs. Downey cocina para nosotros

¿Para quién cocina Mrs. Downey?



Para nosotros



Mrs. Downey ___ cocina

Yo
le
compro elvestido
Ella nos cocina
Felipe
le
regala una flor
Natalie pasa la pelota a mi
¿A quién le pasa la pelota Natalie?

A mi

Ella ____ pasa la pelota

Ella
me
pasa la pelota
Pronouns are used to replace nouns
Pronouns go BEFORE the verb
Pronoun
Verb
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