NEGATIVE/AFFIRMATIVE EXPRESSIONS Sí (yes) Algo (something,anything) Alguien (somebody, anybody) Algún/alguna (some, any) Siempre (always) También (also, too) Ya (already) Todavía (still) No Nada (nothing, anything) Nadie (nobody, anybody) Ningún, Ninguna (none, not any) Nunca (never) Tampoco (neither, either) Todavía no (no yet) Ya no (not yet)
Negative/Affirmative cont. In Spanish, it is not incorrect for sentences to have two negatives. Nada, Nadie, Nunca, and Tampoco can replace no in front of a verb. But when they are behind a verb another negative is needed before the verb. At the beginning or end of a sentence, todavia=no.
Direct and Indirect Pronouns Direct object pronouns Me-me Te-you (tu) Lo-him, it, you (Ud.) La –her, it, you (Ud.) Nos-us Os-you (all in Spain) Los-them, you (Uds.) Las-them, you (Uds.) Indirect object pronouns Me-to/for me, Te-to/for you, Le-to/for him/her/you (Ud.) Nos-to/for us Os-to/for you Les to/for them/you (Uds.)
DOs IOs continued DOs and IOs precede conjugated verbs. They can be attached to the end an infinitive or a present participle but an accent is needed IOs will usually come before DOs Examples ¿Me la puedes traer? Puedes traérmela