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Gramática CONTENT OBJECTIVE: I.W.B.A.T. use and differentiate between DIRECT and INDIRECT OBJECT PRONOUNS.

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1 Gramática CONTENT OBJECTIVE: I.W.B.A.T. use and differentiate between DIRECT and INDIRECT OBJECT PRONOUNS.

2 Gramática Direct Object Pronouns Remember that you use direct object pronouns when you dont want to keep repeating the direct object nouns. os direct object pronouns te lo / lalos / las nos me I called him. Lo llamé. I called the waiter. Llamé al mesero. becomes We eat them. Los comemos. We eat tamales. Comemos tamales. becomes Note that the direct object mesero is a person. That is why it takes a person a.

3 Gramática Direct Object Pronouns Direct object pronouns are usually placed before conjugated verbs. They can follow infinitives and –ndo forms. Estoy llamándolo Im calling him. Lo estoy llamando. Voy a llamarlo When you put the pronoun after the infinitive or –ndo form, it attaches to the verb I called him. Lo llamé. Im going to call him. Lo voy a llamar. attaches She set it. La puso. The waitress set the table. La mesera puso la mesa. becomes

4 Gramática Direct Object Pronouns 6 Hablar Pregúntale a un(a) compañero(a) si comió o tomó lo Siguiente durante la semana pasada. 1. Tomar un batido de chocolate 2. Comer una zanahoria 3. Comer el arroz 4. Comer unas salchichas 5. Tomar jugo de manzana 6. Comer pan con mantequilla 7. Comer pescado 8. Tomar leche ¿Lo comió? Sí, lo comí. or No, no lo comí. Sí, la comí. or No, no la comí. Sí, lo tomé. or No, no lo tomé. Sí, las comí. or No, no las comí. Sí, lo comí. or No, no lo comí. Sí, la tomé. or No, no la tomé. Sí, lo tomé. or No, no lo tomé.

5 Gramática Indirect Object Pronouns os indirect object pronouns te leles nos me She bought them presents. Les compró regalos. She bought presents for her friends. Le compró regalos a sus amigos. becomes I.O.PI.O.D.O. Remember that you use indirect object pronouns to replace or accompany indirect object nouns. The first and second person indirect object pronouns are the same as the direct object pronouns: me, te, nos. If theres an indirect object theres usually also a direct object.

6 Gramática Like D.O.P.s, I.O.P.s are usually placed before conjugated verbs, and may be attached to infinitives and –ndo forms. The waiter gave her the bill. El mesero le dio la cuenta. The waiter gave Laura the bill. El mesero dio la cuenta a Laura. becomes The waiter is giving her the bill. El mesero está dándole la cuenta. attaches The waiter is going to give her the bill. El mesero va a darle la cuenta. attaches Indirect Object Pronouns

7 Gramática DO PronounsIO PronounsEnglish Equivalent me te you (familiar) lo, lale him, her, it, you (formal) nos us os you-all (familiar) los, lasles them, you-all (formal)

8 Gramática What happens if you want to have both direct and indirect object pronouns in the same sentence? The indirect object pronoun goes first. The wiater gave them to me. El mesero me los dio. d.o.p. Double Object Pronouns You have learned about both direct and indirect object pronouns. They both go before the conjugated verb. i.o.p. We bought them for you. Te los compramos. d.o.p.i.o.p.

9 Gramática Estás comprándomelos. d.o.p. Double Object Pronouns Remember that when a conjugated verb appears with an infinitive or an –ndo form, you have two choices. You can put the pronouns before the conjugated verb, or you can attach them to the infinitive or –ndo form. i.o.p. You are going to buy them for me. Vas a comprármelos. d.o.p.i.o.p. Me los vas a comprar. d.o.p.i.o.p. You are buying them for me. Me los estás comprando. d.o.p.i.o.p.

10 Gramática Double object pronoun replacements When a third person indirect object pronoun (le or les) precedes a third person direct object pronoun (lo, la, los, or las), the indirect pronoun must be changed to se. Context will let you know whether the se is replacing le or les.

11 Gramática Whenever both pronouns begin with the letter "l" change the first pronoun to "se." le lo = se lo le la = se la le los = se los le las = se las les lo = se lo les la = se la les los = se los les las = se las

12 Gramática ¿Compraste un batido para tú hermano? Si, (No, no) se lo compré. ¿Compraste pasta para tú mamá? No, no se la compré. ¿Te compraste una torta? Si, me la compré. ¿Qué compraste para tu familia?

13 Gramática ¿Compraste papas para las chicas? No, no se las compré. ¿Compraste pescado para ti? Si, me lo compré. ¿Compraste frijoles para mi? No, no te los compré.


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