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Negative and Affirmative Expressions In Spanish there can be more than one negative in a sentence. This is unlike English where there can only be one negative. In Spanish no is usually used before the verb and another negative follows the verb. The other negatives may come before the verb in which case no would not be used. Although when the other negatives follow the verb then another negative must be used before the verb.
Expresiones Afirmativas Sí – Yes Algo – Something, Anything Alguien – Somebody, Anybody Algún, Alguna – Some, Any Siempre – Always También – Also, Too Ya – Already Todavía – Still
Expresiones Negativas No – No Nada – Nothing, Anything Nadie – Nobody, Anybody Ningún, Ninguna – None, Not any Nunca – Never Tampoco – Neither, Either Todavía no – Not yet Ya No – Not yet
Direct and Indirect Object Pronouns In Spanish pronouns usually come before conjugated verbs, but they can be attached to the end of an infinitive verb. If attached to the end of a verb then there must be an accent added to maintain the original stress of the verb or participle.
Los Pronombres de Complemento Directo me – me te – you (tú) lo – him, it, you (Ud.) la – her, it, you (Ud.) nos – us os – you (vosotros,- as) los – them, you (Uds.) las – them, you
Los Pronombres de Complemento Indirecto me – to me, for me te – to you, for you (tú) le – to you, for you (Ud.) to him, for him to her, for her nos – to us, for us os – to you, for you (vosotros,-as) les – to you, for you (pl.)(Uds.) to them, for them