29 terms

Complementos Indirectos (II)

Indirect Object Pronouns
STUDY
PLAY

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me
me
te
you (informal)
le
him; her; you (formal); it
nos
us
les
them; you all
[Juan me] compra un libro.
Juan buys me a book.
[Ella le] escribe una carta.
She writes him a letter.
[Él les] canta una canción.
He sings them a song.
[Él no me] trae nada.
He doesn't bring me anything.
[Ellos no nos] dicen la verdad.
They don't tell us the truth.
[Marcos me] compra flores.
Marcos buys flowers for me.
[Mariana nos] cuenta la historia.
Mariana tells the story to us.
[Los padres le] leen a ella.
The parents read the book to her.
[Les escribo] una carta a mis amigos.
I write a letter to my friends.
[Federico le] da un anillo.
Federico gives a ring to her.
[Nosotros le] vendemos el carro al señor.
We sell the car to the man.
[Nosotros les] preparamos el desayuno a los niños.
We prepare breakfast for the children.
[Tú me] compras los dulces.
You buy candy for me.
[Ellos nos] dan dinero.
They give money to us.
[El mesero les] sirve la comida a las mujeres.
The waiter serves food to the women.
[Yo le] quiero dar el libro a mi novia.
I want to give the book to my girlfriend.
[Tú les] necesitas decir la verdad a los padres.
You need to tell the parents the truth.
[La madre le] necesita comprar un regalo a su hijo.
The mother needs to buy her son a gift.
[Él nos] necesita dar dinero.
He needs to give us money.
[Él no me] dice nada.
He doesn't tell me anything.
[Yo no le] digo nada a Profe.
I don't tell Profe anything.
[Ellos no le] dan nada a la niña.
They don't give the girl anything.
[No le di] el dinero a mi hermano.
I didn't give my brother the money.
[El mesero no te] canta.
The waiter doesn't sing to you.