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Review: Direct Object Pronouns We have already learned that direct object pronouns receive the action of the verb. We have already learned that direct.

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1 Review: Direct Object Pronouns We have already learned that direct object pronouns receive the action of the verb. We have already learned that direct object pronouns receive the action of the verb. Examples: He calls me El me llama. Examples: He calls me El me llama. I love you Yo te amo. I love you Yo te amo. menos te lo/lalos/las

2 What is the DO in these examples? El muchacho golpea la piñata. El hombre toca el piano.

3 Indirect Object Pronouns

4 An indirect object is a noun or pronoun that answers the question to whom or for whom an action is done. An indirect object is a noun or pronoun that answers the question to whom or for whom an action is done. Some English examples include: Some English examples include: I bought the gift for her. I bought the gift for her. The teacher gave the paper to me. The teacher gave the paper to me.

5 Indirect Object Pronouns in Spanish me (to me, for me) nos (to us, for us) te (to you, for you) os le (to him/her/it or for him/her/it) les (to them, for them)

6 Indirect object pronouns are usually placed before the conjugated form of the verb. In negative sentences the pronoun is placed between no and the conjugated verb. Indirect object pronouns are usually placed before the conjugated form of the verb. In negative sentences the pronoun is placed between no and the conjugated verb. Martín me compra un regalo. Martín me compra un regalo. Eva no me escribe cartas. Eva no me escribe cartas.

7 Spanish speakers commonly use both an IO pronoun and the noun to which it refers in the same sentence. This is done to emphasize and clarify to whom the pronoun refers. Spanish speakers commonly use both an IO pronoun and the noun to which it refers in the same sentence. This is done to emphasize and clarify to whom the pronoun refers. Ella le vende la ropa a Elena. Ella le vende la ropa a Elena. Yo les compro las flores a mis padres. Yo les compro las flores a mis padres.

8 Indirect object pronouns can be used with dar (to give) and decir (to say/tell). Indirect object pronouns can be used with dar (to give) and decir (to say/tell). Mi abuela me da muchos regalos. Mi abuela me da muchos regalos. Voy a darle consejos. Voy a darle consejos. Te digo la verdad. Te digo la verdad. No les digo menitras a mis padres. No les digo menitras a mis padres.

9 Try these on your own. Fill in the blank with the correct IO pronoun. 1. Juan le quiere dar un regalo. (to Elena) 2. María ____ prepara un café. (for us) 3. Beatriz y Felipe ___ escriben desde Cuba. (to me) 4. Marta y yo ___ compramos unos guantes. (for them) 5. Los vendedores ___ venden ropa. (to you, fam. sg) 6. La dependienta ___ enseña los guantes. (to us)


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