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    • Double Object Pronouns
    • A review..... • Objects receive action in a sentence. • Action is received by an object directly or indirectly. • Objects can be replaced by either Direct or Indirect object pronouns.
    • The Object Pronouns los / laslo / la oste nosme Direct Objects lesle oste nosme Indirect Objects
    • When using object pronouns, it is possible to replace all objects, both direct and indirect. Follow this order when rewriting the sentence:
    • An example.... Eduardo dio el libro a mí. Eduardo gave the book to me. Direct Object Indirect Object The rewritten version of the sentence: Eduardo me lo dio. Eduardo gave me it. “me” replaces “a mí” and “lo” replaces “el libro.
    • le/les “se” • le or les change to “se” when coming before any pronoun beginning with “L” (lo,la,los,las). Mostró las fotos a su hermana. Se las mostro. Dieron un regalo a los niños. Se lo dieron.
    • Pronoun placement. • The same rules apply as for single object pronouns: • Before the first conjugated verb. • Attached to the end of an infintive. ¿El libro....a Carmen? Se lo doy. I’m giving her it (to her). Voy a darselo. I’m going to give it to her.