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    • Page 199 Realidades 2 Indirect Object Pronouns
    • ¿Qué son?
      • An indirect object pronoun is used to indicate to whom or for whom an action occurs.
    • Indirect Objects
      • I bought that skirt for her.
      • I gave those shoes to him.
      • What is the subject, the verb, the direct object and the indirect object?
    • Indirect Objects
      • I bought that skirt for her.
      subject verb direct object indirect object
    • Indirect Objects
      • I gave those shoes to him.
      subject verb direct object indirect object
    • Indirect Object Pronouns
      • Indirect object pronouns tell to whom the action is being done .
      • Remember that we use pronouns to keep from being repetitive.
    • Indirect Object Pronouns
      • They mean the same thing in English as do the direct object pronouns, only they add the words “to or for”. For example, “to you, for me, ect.”
    • Indirect Object Pronouns (English)
      • (to or for) me
      • (to or for) you
      • (to or for) him, her, it
      • (to or for) us
      • (to or for) them
    • Indirect Object Pronouns (Spanish)
      • me
      • te
      • le
      • nos
      • les
    • Placement of Indirect Object Pronouns
      • Indirect Object Pronouns, me, te, le, nos, os, and les are placed either before a conjugated verb or attached to the end of an infinitive.
    • Before the Conjugated Verb:
      • Le va a dar el libro a Elena ?
      • Nos vio hace cinco días a nosotros .
    • Before the Conjugated Verb
      • A él, le gustan los libros?
      • Sí, le interesan mucho.
    • Before the verb or after the infinitive:
      • Before the verb :
      • Le vas a dar el libro a Elena ?
      • Sí, le voy a dar el libro a Elena .
      • After the infinitive :
      • Vas a dar le el libro a Elena ?
      • Sí, voy a dar le el libro a Elena .
    • Indirect Object Pronouns
      • These are the “me, te, le, nos and les that you see before “gustar, interesar, faltar, fascinar, etc.”
      • For example:
    • Indirect Object Pronouns
      • A ella le gustan las faldas?
      • Sí, le fascinan !
      • A ellos les encanta la comida?
      • Sí, les encanta !
    • Indirect Object Pronouns
      • Sometimes we use a + a pronoun or a person’s name for emphasis or to make it clear who we are referring to.
    • Indirect Object Pronouns
      • Me duelen los pies. Y a ti , qué te duele?
      • A Pablo le duelen los pies.
      • A Ud. le duelen los pies, no?
    • les A ellos, a ellas, a ustedes Ellos, ellas, ustedes Nos A nosotros Nosotros Le A el, a ella, a usted El, ella, usted Te A ti Tu Me A m í Yo Indirect object pronoun Prepositional pronoun Subject pronoun