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Direct Object Pronouns ch. 9-3 Direct Object Pronouns ch. 9-3
Direct Object Pronouns Direct Object Pronouns me nos te lo/la los/las
Direct Objects 1.The Direct Object is the person, place or thing that directly receives the action of the verb. S + V + who or what = direct object S V DOn Paco needs a book.
Direct Objects 2. The Direct Object will only be represented once in a sentence, either with the noun or the pronoun - never both. Paco is buying a book for Marta. Or Paco is buying it for Marta.
Placement If it is the object of conjugated verb - then place it before the verb. ie… Marcos lo come If it is the object of a verb infinitive - then attach it to the end of the infinitive. ie…Marta quiere comerlo
Examples Paco has a book in his backpack. Paco tiene un libro en su mochila. Paco has it in his backpack. Paco lo tiene en su mochila. *If a direct object noun is used in English, then a direct object noun will be used in Spanish. If a pronoun, then a pronoun.