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    • tags "Direct/Indirect Objects"
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    • Direct Objects answer the question:
    • What? Or whom?
  1. Direct Objects may be
    Nouns or Pronouns
  2. Nouns:
    If it refers to specific person, people, or pet
    The word "a" precedes the direct object
  3. If the a is followed by el
    • It becomes:
    • al
  4. If verb DO is following is tener
    Then the "a" is not needed
  5. Pronouns:
    • Me te Lo/la
    • Nos os los/las
  6. Goes _____ conjugated verb
    BEFORE

    • Barre la cocina Mirta?
    • (Does Mirta sweep the kitchen)

    • No, no la barre
    • (No, she does not sweep it)
  7. What if conjugated verb and and (an infinitive or present participle)
    • Have 2 options:
    • 1. Before conjugated verb
    • 2. Attached to infinitive or present participle
  8. If quien is used as a DO
    Use the personal "a".

    • "A" quien vas a ayudar?
    • Voy a ayudar "a" Pedro?
  9. Indirect Objects answer the question:
    To whom? For whom?
  10. Pronouns:
    • Me te le
    • Nos os les
  11. IO is placed:
    • 3 ways:
    • 1. Before a conjugated verb
    • 2. Attached to infinitive or present participle
    • 3. If present participle add an accent to last vowel before connecting vowel
    • Ie: preparando
    • Prepa'randonos
  12. If IO noun in sentence is stated explicitly
    • Still use IO
    • Yo le preste' mi lubrication a Victoria
    • (I lent my notes to Victoria)
  13. To elimination ambiguity
    Le and les are often used with the preposition a + pronoun.

    • Le hablo a usted.
    • I am talking to you (not you/ustedes)
  14. For emphasis
    Use a mi', a ti, a nosotros/as, and a vosotros/as
  15. Dar
    Almost always used with indirect pronoun.

    • Dar - to give
    • Regalar - to give as a gift
  16. Other verbs indicating IO
    • Decir
    • Describir
    • Escribir
    • Explicar
    • Mostrar
    • Prestar
    • Vender

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