Presentation on theme: "Indirect Object Pronouns"— Presentation transcript:
1Indirect Object Pronouns You will explain the first 5 and I will do the last five. Both slide 1 and 10 are not important so we really have 4 each. After IO clarifier its my turn.Spanish 3 VC c.4
2Identifying the parts of a sentence: Verb - the action or state of beingSubject – who does the actionwho or what + verb = subjectDirect Object – who or what receives the action directlyS+V+ who or what = D.O.Indirect Object – to whom or for whom the action is doneS+V+(D.O.) + to whom or for whom=I.O.
3Identifying an Indirect Object: The I.O. answers the question “to whom?” or “for whom” the action of the verb is performed.S + V + (D.O.) + to whom or for whom= Indirect ObjectI am giving the gift to her.
4Object Pronoun Placement If it is the object of a conjugated verb, it goes in front of that verb.If it is the object of an infinitive verb, attach it to the end of the infinitive.
5Object Pronoun Placement Me gusta la comida china.I like Chinese food.2. Yo quiero darle el libro a él.I want to give him the book.
6Object Pronoun Placement 3. Dame el libro.Give me the book.4. No le dé las llaves a él.Don’t give him the keys.
7Combination Object Pronoun Placement 1. When more than one object pronoun is used, they need to be placed using the acronymRID (reflexive)(Indirect)(direct)2. If both the D.O.p and I.O.p are used AND both are in the 3rd person, THEN the I.O.p (le or les) changes to SEIe…Quiero darselo a ella.
8Paco gives the gift to her. Watch for this…In English the indirect object is typically only represented once, either with the pronoun or the clarifier.Paco gives her the gift.Paco gives the gift to her.
9Paco le da el regalo a ella. Watch for this…In Spanish the indirect object is typically represented twice, once with the pronoun (manditory) and once with the clarifier (sometimes optional).Paco le da el regalo a ella.
10Indirect Object Clarifier Name or prepositional pronoun.mínosotrosti------él, ella, Ud.ellos, ellas, Uds.
11Clarifier PlacementPlace the indirect object clarifier at the end of the sentence with non-gustar like verbs.Place the I.O. clarifier at the beginning of the sentence with gustar-like verbs.
12Examples: A Paco le gusta el libro. Paco likes the book. I.O.c I.O.p V SA Paco le gusta el libro.Paco likes the book.2. Paco gives her flowers.Paco le da flores a ella.S V I.O.c D.O.n
13Practice Sentence Translations: 1. Paco invites Marta to his party. 2. Marta gives a present to Paco.3. The waiter can bring the food to me.4. Pancho wants to bring the books to us.5. Pancho is bringing them to us.6. The waitress is bringing it to me.7. Are you bringing me a glass of water?8. He is bringing it to her.9. Quito is bringing them to Paco.10. She can bring the ice cream to us.
14Practice Sentence Translations: 1. Paco invita a Marta a su fiesta. 2. Marta le da un regalo a Paco.3. El camarero puede traerme la comida.4. Pancho quiere traernos los libros.5. Pancho nos los trae.6. La camarera me lo trae.7. ¿Me trae Ud. un vaso de aqua?8. El se lo trae a ella.9. Quito se los trae a Paco.10. Ella puede traernos el helado.