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1 Pronouns After Prepositions Page 154 Avancemos 2

2 Pronouns After Prepositions In English, prepositions (for, from, to, and with) sometimes link pronouns to another word in a sentence. In English, prepositions (for, from, to, and with) sometimes link pronouns to another word in a sentence.

3 Pronouns After Prepositions Some of the pronouns that follow prepositions are different from the subject pronouns. Some of the pronouns that follow prepositions are different from the subject pronouns. I have a gift. I have a gift. The gift is for me. The gift is for me.

4 Pronouns After Prepositions Spanish: Spanish: Yo tengo un regalo. Yo tengo un regalo. El regalo es para mí. El regalo es para mí.

5 Pronouns After Prepositions Pronouns that follow prepositions are different from subject pronouns and object pronouns. Pronouns that follow prepositions are different from subject pronouns and object pronouns. Use these pronouns after prepositions like para, de, a, and con. Use these pronouns after prepositions like para, de, a, and con.

6 Pronouns After Prepositions Common prepositions: Common prepositions: Para – for Para – for De – of, from De – of, from A – to, at (or personal a) A – to, at (or personal a) Con - with Con - with

7 Pronouns After Prepositions para mí para mí para ti para ti para él, ella, Ud. para él, ella, Ud. para nosotros para nosotras para nosotros para nosotras para ellos, ellas, Uds. para ellos, ellas, Uds.

8 Pronouns After Prepositions Notice that these pronouns are the same as the subject pronouns in all forms except mí (yo) and ti (tú): Notice that these pronouns are the same as the subject pronouns in all forms except mí (yo) and ti (tú):

9 Pronouns After Prepositions Clara vive lejos de nosotros. Clara vive lejos de nosotros. Clara lives far from us. Clara lives far from us. Tengo un regalo para ti. Tengo un regalo para ti. I have a gift for you. I have a gift for you.

10 Pronouns After Prepositions With verbs like gustar, use pronouns after the prepositiona to add emphasis. With verbs like gustar, use pronouns after the prepositiona to add emphasis. A mí no me gusta la ropa de cuadros. A mí no me gusta la ropa de cuadros. I really don´t like plaid clothes. I really don´t like plaid clothes.

11 Pronouns After Prepositions Uncertain: Uncertain: Le gusta ir a la librería. Le gusta ir a la librería. It pleases him/her/you to go to the bookstore. It pleases him/her/you to go to the bookstore.

12 Pronouns After Prepositions Certain: Certain: A él le gusta ir a la librería. A él le gusta ir a la librería. It pleases him to go to the bookstore. It pleases him to go to the bookstore.

13 Pronouns After Prepositions When you want to say with me and with you, the preposition con is irregular: When you want to say with me and with you, the preposition con is irregular: conmigo – with me conmigo – with me contigo – with you contigo – with you (the other forms of con are regular.) (the other forms of con are regular.)

14 Pronouns After Prepositions ¿Vas a la fiesta conmigo o con Jorge? ¿Vas a la fiesta conmigo o con Jorge? Are you going to the party with me or with Jorge? Are you going to the party with me or with Jorge?

15 Pronouns After Prepositions No voy con él; voy contigo. No voy con él; voy contigo. I´m not going with him; I´m going with you. I´m not going with him; I´m going with you.


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