Direct Object Pronouns Avancemos 1

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8 terms · Direct objects RECEIVE the action of the verb in a sentence. They answer the question whom? or what? about the verb. The direct object can be a noun or a pronoun. SOURCE: Direct Object Pronouns from Avancemos 1 Holt McDougal Unidad 4 Leccion 1 2007 page 204

me

me

te

you (familiar)

lo

you (formal), him, it (masculine)

la

you (formal), her, it (feminine)

nos

us

os

you (familiar, plural, Spain)

los

you, them (masculine, mixed)

las

you, them (feminine)

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