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Use of both direct and indirect object pronouns in the same sentence in Spanish

Use of both direct and indirect object pronouns in the same sentence in Spanish

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    • Direct and indirect object pronouns combined(Los pronombres de complemento directo e indirecto usados juntos) Traje el bronceador. ¿Me lo puedes aplicar?
    • Spanish direct and indirect object pronouns may be used together in the same sentence just as in English. As with most all pronoun use, the objective is to reduce the length, complexity, or redundancy of the language. Julián, ¿me traes la película? Julián, will you bring me the movie?IOP DOP Te la traigo en un momento. I’ll bring it to you in a moment.As with all object pronouns, double object pronouns areplaced before a conjugated verb, and the indirect objectpronoun (IOP) precedes the direct object pronoun (DOP).
    • We also may place the pronouns after an infinitive or gerund, but both pronouns must remain adjacent to each other, that is, both pronouns must come either in front of the conjugated verb or after the infinitive or gerund. Julián, ¿me traes la película? Te la voy a traer en un momento. Voy a traértela en un momento. Te la estoy trayendo ahora mismo. Estoy trayéndotela ahora mismo.Notice that when the pronouns are placed after theinfinitive or gerund, they are closed up to each other and tothe verb. Note also the written accents that must be added.
    • se lo, se la, se los, se las I threw the ball to you. it to you. Yo te lo el. balón. tiré You threw the ball to me. it to me. Tú me tiraste el. balón. lo Le and les must change to se I threw the ball to him. it to him. before lo, la, los, or las. Yo se lo el. balón. le tiré You can’t “le lo” in Spanish!The context of the situation or the previous statement or question willclarify the meaning of se. Notice the following slide.
    • se lo, se la, se los, se las¿Le prestas el dinero a Lupita? Will you lend Lupita the money?No, no se lo presto. Es mucho dinero. No, I won’t lend it to her. It’s a lot of money.Queremos comprarles los juguetes a losniños, ¿no? We want to buy the toys for the children, right?Sí, vamos a comprárselos mañana. Yes, we’ll buy them for them tomorrow.
    • The combinations of object pronouns in Spanish are as follows:me lo, me la nos lo, nos lame los, me las nos los, nos laste lo, te la os lo, os late los, te las os los, os lasse lo, se la se lo, se lase los, se las se los, se lasse lo, se la se lo, se lase los, se las se los, se las
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