2 PronounsIn Spanish, as in English, the subject (sujeto) of a verb does the action and the object (complemento) of a verb receives the action.María llama a Juan Alberto lleva una mochila.
3 PronounsSpanish speakers don’t often use subject pronouns because the verb ending usually indicates the subject.However, the pronoun may be used to clarify or emphasize the subject.Yo iré al concierto, no Paco. ¡Tú tienes que hacerlo!
4 PronounsPronouns used after prepositions such as a, de, and para are known as objects of prepositions.They have the same form as subject pronouns, except for mí and ti, which are used instead of yo and tú.These pronouns join con to form conmigo and contigo.Carlos me habló de usted. ¿Tienes un regalo para mí?
5 Pronouns Direct objects receive the action of the verb. Indirect objects usually stand for people who receive the direct object or who experience the action of the verb.Before lo(s) and la(s), le(s) changes to se.Mi hermano compró un boleto extra y se lo regaló a su novia en vez de a mí. Me parece injusto.
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