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DIRECT OBJECT PRONOUNS

DIRECT OBJECTS ANSWER "WHAT" OR "WHOM". EXAMPLE: BILL HIT THE BALL. THE WHAT? THE BALL. THE DIRECT OBJECT RECEIVES THE ACTION. EXAMPLES IN SPANISH: TE CONOZCO. (I KNOW YOU.) LA COME. (HE/SHE EATS IT.) IF BOTH DIRECT AND INDIRECT APPEAR, INDIRECT COMES FIRST. IF "L" BEGINS BOTH THE INDIRECT AND DIRECT PRONOUNS, THE INDIRECT IS CHANGED TO "SE". OBJECT PRONOUNS USUALLY OCCUR BEFORE THE CONJUGATED VERB, EXCEPT IN THE CASE OF AFFIRMATIVES, WHERE IT IS PLACED AT THE END OF THE VERB.� GERUNDS AND INFIN…
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PLAY
ME
me
YOU
te
HIM/YOU/IT
lo
HER/YOU/IT
la
US
nos
YOU ALL (PLURAL)
os
THEM/YOU (MASCULINE, PLURAL)
los
THEM/YOU (FEMININE, PLURAL)
las
I have it. (masculine)
Lo tengo.
I don't have it. (feminine)
No la tengo.
I call them. (feminine)
Las llamo.
I help them. (masculine)
Los ayudo.
I help you. (familiar, singular)
Te ayudo.
The teacher (fem.) helps me.
La profesora me ayuda.
The teacher (fem.) helps us.
La profesora nos ayuda.
The teacher (fem.) helps you. (familiar, plural)
La profesora os ayuda.
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