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  • 1. El complemento directo e indirecto: un repaso Direct and Indirect Objects: A review
  • 2. What is an object?? An Object receives action in a sentence from the Subject. Yo traigo regalos para mis amigos. Subject Object Object
  • 3. The Direct Object... One object sentences contain a direct object as it directly receives action from the verb. These are replaced by direct object pronouns. The direct object pronouns: me / te / lo / la / nos / os / los / las
  • 4. Using a Direct Object Pronoun Yo los traigo para mis amigos. Subject Direct Object Pronoun Indirect Object I bring them for my friends.
  • 5. The indirect object ?? The second object in a sentence, (if there is one) is usually an indirect object as it does not directly receive action from the verb. Siempre compro regalos para mis amigos. Verb Direct Object Indirect Object I always buy gifts for my friends.
  • 6. To rewrite the sentence with an indirect object pronoun: Les compro muchos regalos. I buy them many gifts.
  • 7. The Indirect Object Pronouns (for/to) usnosnosotros / nosotras (for/to) you-pluralosvosotros / vosotras (for/to) themlesellos / ellas (for/to) you-plurallesuds. (for/to) you (formal)leud. (for/to) him / herleél / ella (for/to) you (familiar)tetú (for/to) memeyo English Translation Indirect Object Pronoun Noun Indirectly Receiving Action
  • 8. Pronoun Placement Rules Immediately before the first conjugated verb in the sentence: Te mando el dinero mañana. Attached to the end of an infinitive or present participle (-ing form): Voy a mandarte el dinero mañana. The first rule above works in all types of sentences.
  • 9. Often times the indirect object is left in the sentence along with the indirect object pronoun. Verb Direct Object Indirect Object Les compro muchos regalos para mis amigos. Indirect Object Pronoun
  • 10. Often times the indirect object is left in the sentence along with the indirect object pronoun. Verb Direct Object Indirect Object Les compro muchos regalos para mis amigos. Indirect Object Pronoun