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Sp3: Capítulo 3A Direct Object Pronouns #2

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me
me
you
te
he
lo
her
la
it
lo, la
us
nos
you all (Spain)
os
them
los, las
you all (L.A.)
los, las
You all bought them. (patines)
Los compraron.
I took it out. (basura)
La saqué.
They saw me.
Ellos me vieron.
We saw you.
Nosotros te vimos.
She bought it. (palo de golf)
Ella lo compró.
They ate it. (yogur de fresas)
Ellos lo comieron.
You eat them (las verduras) everyday.
Tú las comes todos los días.
I understand you.
Yo te comprendo.
We buy them. (cupones de regalo)
Nosotros los compramos.
She has it. (flor)
Ella la tiene.
Do you know me?
¿Tú me conoces?
You saw us.
Tú nos viste.
He saw me.
Me vio.
They found them. (champú y jabón)
Ellos los encontraron.
We sent them. (tarjetas)
Nosotros las enviamos.
We received it. (tarjeta postal)
Nosotros la recibimos.
She called me.
Ella me llamó.
We need you.
Nosotros te necesitamos.
I helped you all.
Yo los/os ayudé.
I needed it it. (pelota)
Yo la necesité.
We found you(all).
Nosotros los encontramos; Os encontramos
I want to buy them (blusa y vestido).
Yo los quiero comprar; Yo quiero comprarlos.
I put them(lápices) in my bookbag.
Los pongo en mi mochila.
We are going to need it. (tu ayuda)
Nosotros la vamos a necesitar; Vamos a necesitarla.
You can take care of them (mis hijos).
Tú los puedes cuidar; Tú puedes cuidarlos.
We have to clean it. (coche)
Nosotros lo tenemos que limpiar; Nosotros tenemos que limpiarlo.
T/F: Direct Object Pronouns replace Subjects?
False: They replace Direct Object Nouns
Where are Direct Object Pronouns placed?
Before a conjugated verb or attached to an infinitive and present progressive (comiéndolo)
What two questions do Direct Object Pronouns answer?
Who or What receives the action of the sentence?
Why do we use Direct Object Pronouns?
To avoid repetition.