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El Verbo “Doler (oue)”

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1 El Verbo “Doler (oue)”
En español doler significa “to be hurt/painful”

2 DOLER is conjugated just like the verb GUSTAR. There are only 2 forms!
Doler is conjugated based on what’s being hurt. Duele (refers to one body part / singular) Duelen (refers to more than one body part / plural)

3 Por ejemplo: In English we say: “My arm hurts”
En español decimos: “The arm hurts me.” me duele el brazo iop + verb + subject

4 The word order is actually “backwards”:
En Español…: The word order is actually “backwards”: The indirect object comes first: Me Then the verb: duele Finally the subject of the verb: el brazo. Make it negative by adding “no” at the beginning.

5 Who is hurt or in pain? Who is being affected?
Indirect Object Pronouns: Me- me Te – you Le – him/her You formal Nos – us Os – You guys - plural(informal) Les – Them, You guys (plural)

6 Frases de clarificación: These make the sentences more clear,
identify the ambiguous person or add emphasis. Nos = a nosotros Os = a vosotros Les = a ellos a ellas a Uds. (a Roberto y a Luis) (a Lola y a Carmen) (a mis amigos) Me = a mí Te = a ti Le = a él a ella a Ud. (a Roberto) (a Lola) (a tu hermano)

7 DOLER is conjugated based on what’s being hurt.
¡Cuatro partes! Follow the pattern… A (clarifying + preposition) Indirect Object + Pronoun who is being affected Duele (n) + The noun (sing/pl) subject or what is causing the pain No naked nouns! las piernas le duelen A Maria Maria’s legs hurt. The legs hurt Maria. DOLER is conjugated based on what’s being hurt.

8 Los verbos como Gustar Gustar Encantar Disgustar Fascinar Interesar
Molestar Parecer Faltar Doler (oue) To be pleasing, like To love To disgust/displease/upset To fascinate/be fascinated by To be interested in To bother To seem To lack To hurt/be painful/cause sorrow

9 ¿Cómo se dice? My head hurts (me). Me duele la cabeza.

10 ¿Cómo se dice? My elbow bothers me. Me molesta el codo.

11 His stomach bothers him.
¿Cómo se dice? His stomach bothers him. Le molesta el estómago a él.

12 ¿Cómo se dice? Your arm hurts. Te duele el brazo.

13 ¿Cómo se dice? Our legs hurt. Nos duelen las piernas.

14 ¿Cómo se dice? Her ankle hurts. Le duele el tobillo (a ella).

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