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who, what, receives

direct object pronouns tell ____ or ______ ____________ the action of the verb

name, noun, repeat

direct object pronouns replace the ______ of the ______ in order not to ________ it


when the direct object is a person or group of people, use the personal __ before it


direct object pronoun: yo


direct object pronoun: tú


direct object pronoun: él, ella, usted


direct object pronoun: nosotros/as


direct object pronoun: vosotros/as


direct object pronoun: ellos, ellas, ustedes


direct object pronounds are generally placed __________ the conjugated main verb

no, verb

if there is a no before the verb, the direct object pronoun goes between the ____ and the _______

before, attached

if the verb is followed by an infinitive or a present participle (present progressive), the direct object pronoun may go _________ the main verb or be ___________ to the infinitive or participle

accent, 3rd

if you attach a direct object pronoun to an infinitive or participle, you must add an ___________ to the ____ syllable back

tense, conjugated

you do the special steps for direct object pronouns with participles because you can't seperate a _______ and there is already a ____________ verb in the sentence

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