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Los complementos directos Direct Object Pronouns.

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1 Los complementos directos Direct Object Pronouns

2  Take notes in your Spanish notebook.  Think of three questions that you can ask me.  You will ask them in the Google form that follows the tutorial. While viewing/Mientras miras…

3  In both English and Spanish, pronouns replace nouns.  Example:  Sara went to the store. She bought many things there.  Sara is the subject and SHE is the pronoun (subject pronoun in this case.)  To avoid being redundant, we replaced Sara’s name with SHE. What is a pronoun?

4  The direct object is the object of the sentence that is DIRECTLY affected by the action of the verb.  Example:  I bought the sweater.  The sweater is the direct object of the sentence because it is DIRECTLY affected by my action of buying it. What is a Direct Object?

5  A Direct Object Pronoun (DOP) is a pronoun that REPLACES the direct object (noun).  Example:  I bought the sweater. I bought it yesterday.  I replaced the word “sweater” with the pronoun “it”.  It would have been redundant for me to use the word sweater again. What is a Direct Object Pronoun?

6  ¡Buena Pregunta!  There are four Direct Object Pronouns in Spanish.  They agree in number and in gender with the noun they are replacing. What are the DOPs in Spanish? ELLA LOSLAS

7  The placement of DOPs is different than in English.  There are a couple of rules to follow: DOPs are placed: 1)BEFORE a conjugated verb. 2)On the end of an infinitive. 3)On the end of the present participle (ando/iendo) 4)On the end of an affirmative command. 5)BEFORE a negative command. Where do the DOPs go in the sentence?

8 Yo compré el suéter. Lo compré en la tienda ayer. Before a conjugated verb:

9 Tengo que leer los libros. Tengo que leerlos esta noche. On the end of an infinitive:

10 Estoy comprando las galletas. Estoy comprándolas para mi amiga. ** = Accents needed. Count three vowels from the end of the word and add the accent. ¡Uno, dos, tres, accento! On the end of Present Participle:

11 Dame la falda negra, por favor. ¡Dámela, ahora! ** = Accents needed. Count three vowels from the end of the word and add the accent. ¡Uno, dos, tres, accento! On the end of an Affirmative Command:

12 ¡No me des la falda! (Don’t give me the skirt!) ¡No me la des! (Don’t give it to me!) Before a Negative Command:

13  Direct Object Pronouns can be used for people as well.  Yo invité a mi amiga a la fiesta. La invité ayer.  Tú llamaste a tus amigos. Los llamaste esta mañana. Otros Ejemplos:

14  Tuve que llamar a mi mamá. Tuve que llamarla hoy. OR  La tuve que llamar hoy.  Estoy llamando a mi mamá. Estoy llamándola ahora. OR  La estoy llamando. Más ejemplos:

15 What if I just said: Lo busqué por la red anoche.  I’ve properly used the DOP in front of a conjugated verb.  I’ve conjugated the verb correctly.  What’s the problem with the context of this sentence? ¡Pero!

16  That’s right!  It’s out of context!  In order to use a DOP in a sentence, the noun or subject needs to have been mentioned in a previous sentence or in the conversation beforehand.  What did the LO refer to? Who knows! The sentence was out of context. ¡Eso es!

17  Busqué el libro en la biblioteca.  Pero lo encontré por la red (the internet). Mejor así…

18  Fill out the Google Form that follows this tutorial.  ¡Nos vemos en clase! ¡Ahora!

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