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BRIAN XU LOS PRONOMBRES. Indirect Object Pronouns Me (me) Te (you) Le (him, her, you-formal) Nos (us) Os (you guys – Spain) Les (them, you guys) English.

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1 BRIAN XU LOS PRONOMBRES

2 Indirect Object Pronouns Me (me) Te (you) Le (him, her, you-formal) Nos (us) Os (you guys – Spain) Les (them, you guys) English

3 Indirect Object Pronouns Me (yo) Te (tú) Le (él, ella, usted) Nos (nosotros, nosotras) Os (vosotros, vosotras) Les (ellos, ellas, ustedes) Spanish

4 Indirect Object Pronouns Indirect Object tells where Direct Object is going Answers questions – to whom? or for whom IOP comes immediately before conjugated verb Example: Juan me compra un regalo. Juan buys me a gift Me compra – buys (for) me Usage

5 Indirect Object Pronouns Le and les are ambiguous when taken out of context because they can mean different thingsLe and les are ambiguous when taken out of context because they can mean different things Example: Ella le escribe una cartaExample: Ella le escribe una carta It can mean 3 different things – she writes him a letter, she writes her a letter, she writes you a letterIt can mean 3 different things – she writes him a letter, she writes her a letter, she writes you a letter So we can add a prepositional phrase for clarity:So we can add a prepositional phrase for clarity: Ella le escribe a Juan una cartaElla le escribe a Juan una carta Le and Les

6 Indirect object pronouns Sometimes a prepositional phrase is added for emphasis Juan me da a mí el dinero Juan gives me the money Juan me da el dinero is not ambiguous, so a mí is used only for emphasis Prepositional Phrases

7 Direct Object Pronouns Me (me) Te (you) Lo, la (him, her, you-formal) Nos (us) Os (you guys – Spain) Los, las (them, you guys) English

8 Direct Object Pronouns Me (yo) Te (tú) Lo, la (él, ella, usted) Nos (nosotros, nosotras) Os (vosotros, vosotras) Los, las (ellos, ellas, ustedes) Spanish

9 + Direct Object Pronouns The direct object is the thing that directly receives the action of the verb Answers what? or whom? Comes directly before the conjugated verb Example: Juan la tiene Juan has it Usage

10 Direct Object Pronouns You replace the direct object with a pronoun usually because saying the direct object over and over is getting redundant Example: Me gusta la sopa. La sopa es deliciosa. Como la sopa Because la sopa is getting repetitive, you can change the last phrase to La como DOP can also be a person Example: I know you Te conozco Usage (continued)

11 Direct Object Pronouns In a sentence with two verbs, you can also attach the DOP to the infinitive Both attaching and putting the DOP before the verb mean the same thing Example: Lo quiero ver (I want to see it) Quiero verlo Attachment

12 Reflexive Pronouns O Me (me) O Te (you) O Se (him, her, you-formal) O Nos (us) O Os (you guys – Spain) O Se (them, you guys) English

13 Reflexive Pronouns Me (yo) Te (tú) Se (él, ella, usted) Nos (nosotros, nosotras) Os (vosotros, vosotras) Se (ellos, ellas, ustedes) Spanish

14 Used when the subject is acting on itself Typically precedes verb or attaches to infinitive Example: Me lavo OR lavarme I clean myself Usage

15 ¡Gracias clase!


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