DOP: Me, Te, Nos You know that direct object pronouns replace direct object nouns.
DOP: Me, Te, Nos The pronouns me, te, nos refer only to people. Here are all the direct object pronouns:
DOP: Me, Te, Nos Singularme teyou lohim, it you laher, it you Plural nosus osyou losthem, you lasthem, you
DOP: Me, Te, Nos Remember that in Spanish the subject and the verb ending tell who does the action and the direct object pronoun indicates who receives the action. -- ¿Me ayudas, por favor? [Can you help me please?] -- Sí, claro que te puedo ayudar. [Yes, of course I can help you.]
DOP: Me, Te, Nos Direct object pronouns usually come right before the conjugated verb. When an infinitive follows a conjugated verb, the direct object pronoun can be placed before the first verb or attached to the infinitive.
DOP: Me, Te, Nos ¡No te entiendo! (Before the conjugated verb.) Quieren llevarnos al centro. (Attached to the infinitive.)