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Indirect Object Pronouns
Indirect Objects I bought that skirt for her. direct verb indirectsubject
Indirect Objects I gave those shoes to him. verb direct objectsubject
Indirect Object PronounsIndirect object pronouns tell to whom or for whom the action is being done and usually refer to people.
In order to have to have an Indirect Object Pronoun there also must be a Direct Object in the sentence.
Indirect Object PronounsThey mean the same thing in English as do the direct object pronouns, only they add the words “to or for”. For example, “to you, for me, etc.”
Indirect Object Pronouns (Spanish)me (to or for me) te (to or for you) le (to or for him, her, it) nos (to or for us) os (to or for y’all) les (to or for them, you all)
Me Te Le Rhyme Me Te Le Nos Os Les Put them in the Proper Place To say to whom Make some room. Use them often Learn them soon.
Placement of Indirect Object PronounsIndirect Object Pronouns, me, te, le, nos, os, and les are placed before a conjugated verb.
Examples: ¿Le das el libro a Elena? Sí, le doy el libro a Elena.
Indirect Object PronounsThese are the “me, te, le, nos and les that you see before “gustar” For example:
Indirect Object PronounsA ella le gusta la pizza. The pizza is pleasing to her. Me gustan las papas fritas. The french fries are pleasing to me.
Common Verbs used with Indirect Object PronounsDar = to give Decir = to say/to tell Explicar = to explain Vender = to sell Traer = to bring Escribir = to write Comprar = to buy Pagar = to pay
WHAT WHAT Direct Objects Direct Objects Me Nos Me Nos Te Te Os Os Lo
Direct objects Vs Indirect objects
Direct Object Pronouns
Indirect Object Pronouns and the Verb Dar – To Give
Gustar, interesar, aburrir
El verbo dar “To Give”.
Gustar Expressing likes and dislikes. Gustar Gustar = to be pleasing (to like something) You add pronouns to tell who it is pleasing to. Me = to meNos.
In your grammar guides , behind subject pronouns please….
El verbo Gustar.
(To Like). Use gustar to talk about the things you like to do. Ejemplo: I like to read We like to run.
Español 1 Capítulo 12 página 400
Direct Object Pronouns ch. 9-3.
The verb gustar me gusta(n)nos gusta(n) te gusta(n)os gusta(n) le gusta(n)les gusta(n) gusta is used if item is singular gustan is used if the item is.
DOUBLE OBJECT PRONOUNS
Indirect object pronouns.
Los Pronombres del Complemento Indirecto Página 370 METELENOS OS LES.
© 2010 Teachers Discovery The Verb gustar By Jami Sipe.
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