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2 ©2010 Teachers Discovery Commands and Pronoun Placement By Jami Sipe

3 ©2010 Teachers Discovery ¡No lo digas! = Dont say it! ¡No se lo digas! = Dont tell it to him! ¡No me la traiga! = Dont bring it to me! ¡No nos acostemos! = Lets not go to bed! Ejemplos: Pronouns (direct, indirect, reflexive) before are placed before the verb in negative commands. Pronouns (direct, indirect, reflexive) before are placed before the verb in negative commands.

4 ©2010 Teachers Discovery When attached, an accent mark is usually placed over the stressed syllable. Object Pronouns follow affirmative commands and are attached to them. Ejemplo: Otro ejemplo: ¡Váyanse Uds.! = Go away! ¡Quédense Uds.! = Stay!

5 ©2010 Teachers Discovery Ejemplos: ¡Dime! = (Tell me!) ¡Hazla! = (Do it!) Exception: When a single object pronoun is added to a one-syllable command form, there is no accent mark.

6 ©2010 Teachers Discovery Y más ejemplos: Cut them in slices! Add it to the soft drink! Put it on a plate! Learn them by memory! Buy them! ¡Córtelos en rebanadas! = ¡Agréguelo al refresco! = ¡Póngala en un plato! = ¡Apréndanlos de memoria! = ¡Cómprenlos! =

7 ©2010 Teachers Discovery nos nos – us os os – you (familiar, plural - Spain) los los – them, you (masculine, plural) las las – them, you (feminine, plural) me me – me te te – you (familiar, singular) lo lo – him, it, you (formal, singular) la la – her, it, you (formal, singular) Remember the Direct Object Pronouns:

8 ©2010 Teachers Discovery nos nos – us os os – you (familiar, plural, Spain) les les – them, you (plural) me me – me te te – you (familiar, singular) le le – him/her, you (formal, singular) Remember the Indirect Object Pronouns:

9 ©2010 Teachers Discovery Remember: : When the two pronouns are third-person, change the indirect object pronoun to se. When there is a direct object pronoun and indirect object pronoun in the same sentence, the indirect object goes in front of the direct object. When there is a direct object pronoun and indirect object pronoun in the same sentence, the indirect object goes in front of the direct object. Mándeselo. = (Send it to her.)

10 ©2010 Teachers Discovery ¡Lávese! = Wash yourself! ¡Desayúnate! = Eat breakfast! ¡Levántense! = Get up! (Stand up!) ¡Siéntense! = Sit down! Reflexive Pronouns: menos teos se Ejemplos con los reflexivos:

11 ©2010 Teachers Discovery sentarse ¡Sentémonos! lavarse ¡Lavémonos! secarse ¡Sequémonos! Ejemplos: In affirmative nosotros/as commands with reflexive verbs, drop the s of the conjugated verb before adding nos. Note:

12 ©2010 Teachers Discovery ¡Hazlo! ¡No lo hagas! ¡Tráigamelo! ¡No me lo traiga! ¡Córtelos! ¡Tráigaselos! Do it! Dont do it! Bring it to me! Dont bring it to me! Cut them! Bring them to him! Check Your Knowledge!

13 ©2010 Teachers Discovery Credits ©2010 Teachers Discovery Written by: Jami Sipe Additional Information by: Suzanne Rutkowski Adriana Miretti Order Today! To get more of these Spanish grammar presentations, go to: www.teachersdiscovery.com Search: Grammar PowerPoints


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