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LOS PRONOMBRES DESPUÉS DE PREPOSICIONES Español I
Pronouns after Prepositions Pronouns can stand for the same noun yet still have different forms, depending on how they’re being used in the sentence. Yo soy Javier. Tengo quince años y me gusta dibujar. Both the pronouns, yo and me stand for Javier.
Pronouns after Prepositions You already know subject pronouns and the pronouns used with gustar. Pronouns have a different form when they come after prepositions, such as: a (to) de (of, from, about) con (with) en (in, on, at).
Pronouns after Prepositions EnglishSubject pronounsPronouns used with Gustar Pronouns used after preposition
Pronouns after Prepositions The pronouns mí and ti combine with con to make the special forms conmigo and contigo. Quiero jugar al tenis contigo. I want to play tennis with you.
Pronouns after Prepositions With gustar, the phrase formed by a and a pronoun can be added to a sentence to clarify or emphasize who likes something. ¿A ti te gusta dibujar? A mí no me gusta. A ella le gusta.
What are pronouns? A. Words that take the place of a noun B. Words that describe a noun C. Words that tell the action the noun is doing
What types of pronouns have you learned? A. Subject B. Indirect Object (the ones with Gustar) C. Pronouns after infinitives D. All of the above
How does the pronoun mí change when it comes after the preposition con? A. It doesn’t change B. It becomes migo con C. It changes to migo and combines with con to become conmigo.
What does the preposition a mean? A. To B. In C. From
What does the preposition con mean? A. In or on B. To C. With
What does the preposition en mean? A. In or on B. To C. From or of
What pronoun is used with the verb gustar to emphasize or clarify. A. De B. En C. A
What do the pronouns Yo, Me, and Mí all mean? A. He B. I C. We
What do the pronouns Tú, Te, and Ti all mean? A. You (informal, singular) B. You (informal, plural) C. You (formal, singular)