Indirect and direct object pronouns
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Who is the indirect object pronoun in this sentence?
Kim comprá una blusa a Linda.
- Kim comprá una blusa a Linda. ^IOP
Who is the Direct Object in the sentence?
Kim comprá una blusa.
Kim compra una blusa.
^^is the direct object pronoun
When changing an object into me,la,les,le, etc, it always goes before the verb
Kim le la comprá.
- Kim buys it for her.But because you cant have "le" and la or "le" and le next to one another, the first le is replaced with "se"So the sentence would look like this
- Kim se la comprá.
- Se represents "linda, or the IOP, and le represents the blouse or "it" also le.
Indirect Object Pronounds
me (to, for) me nos (to, for) us
te (to, for) you os (to, for) you
le (to, for) him/her les (to, for) you formal
(to, for) them
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