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1 Page 123 Avancemos 3

2 English Grammar Connection: You often use object pronouns with commands to direct the action of the verb at someone or something. In English, you always place pronouns after the command.

3 Give me that! Dont read it! In English, the pronouns come AFTER the verb.

4 In Spanish, the pronouns go two places: Affirmatives ATTACH. Negatives come BEFORE.

5 Affirmative Command: ¡Dame eso! (attaches) Give me that!

6 Negative Command: ¡No lo leas! (before the verb) Don´t read it!

7 affirmative: (attach) Julia, describe tu comunidad. Descríbela.

8 negative: (before the verb) No me digas la respuesta. No me la digas.

9 When you use a direct and an indirect object pronoun together, place the indirect BEFORE the direct. Memorize this acronym: RID Reflexive, Indirect, Direct

10 ¡ Ponte las botas! ¡Póntelas! RID

11 ¡No te pongas las botas! ¡No te las pongas! RID

12 When the indirect object pronoun le or les comes before the direct object pronoun lo, la, los, or las, change le or les to se. In other words, Don´t le lo ! Se lo !!!!

13 Enrique, explícale tu punto de vista a Raquel. Explícaselo.

14 When you attach two object pronouns to a command, you must add an accent mark to preserve the original stress.

15 Quiero ver las fotos que van a usar para el mercadeo. Dámelas por favor.

16 With the nosotros command, drop the -s of the ending before adding the reflexive pronoun nos.

17 ¡ Organicemos una reunión! (drop the s) Let´s organize a meeting! ¡Organicémonos! Let´s get organized!


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