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    • dar / comprar / traer I.O. , I.O. It’s off to work we go…
    • Indirect Object Pronouns
      • Indirect object pronouns tell to whom the action is being done .
      • Answers the questions “to whom” or “for whom.”
      • Ex. I bring flowers to my mom. (To whom am I bringing flowers? My mom! Mom is the indirect object!)
      • The shirt is for my dad. (For whom is the shirt? My dad! Dad is the indirect Object!)
    • nos (to or for us) os (to or for you all) les (to or for them, you all) me (to or for me) te (to or for you) le (to or for him, her, it) Indirect Object Pronouns
    • Placement of Indirect Object Pronoun
      • 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.
      • Examples:
      • I am giving the flowers to you. Te doy las flores
      • I am going to give the flowers to her. Voy a darle las flores.
    • ¡Vamos a Practicar! Let’s practice!
    • He gives me the purse . da dan le me la olla la bolsa
    • He gives me the purse . da dan le me la olla la bolsa
    • He gives me the purse . da dan me la olla la bolsa
    • He gives me the purse . da dan me la olla la bolsa
    • He gives me the purse . da me la olla la bolsa
    • He gives me the purse . da me la olla la bolsa
    • He gives me the purse . da me la bolsa
    • He gives me the purse . Me da la bolsa.
    • I buy you a belt . compras compro te me un cinturón una cartera
    • I buy you a belt . compras compro te me un cinturón una cartera
    • I buy you a belt . compro te me un cinturón una cartera
    • I buy you a belt . compro te un cinturón una cartera
    • I buy you a belt . compro te un cinturón una cartera
    • I buy you a belt . compro te un cinturón
    • I buy you a belt . Te compro un cinturón.
    • We buy them a pot . les una olla compran nos un plato compramos
    • We buy them a pot . les una olla compran nos un plato compramos
    • We buy them a pot . les una olla compran un plato compramos
    • We buy them a pot . les una olla compran un plato compramos
    • We buy them a pot . les una olla un plato compramos
    • We buy them a pot . les una olla un plato compramos
    • We buy them a pot . les una olla compramos
    • We buy them a pot . Les compramos una olla.
    • She gives me the money . me da le das la comida el dinero
    • She gives me the money . me da le das la comida el dinero
    • She gives me the money . me da le la comida el dinero
    • She gives me the money . me da le la comida el dinero
    • She gives me the money . me da la comida el dinero
    • She gives me the money . me da la comida el dinero
    • She gives me the money . me da el dinero
    • She gives me the money . Me da el dinero.
    • They give us the present . dan damos les nos la regla el regalo
    • They give us the present . dan damos les nos la regla el regalo
    • They give us the present . dan damos nos la regla el regalo
    • They give us the present . dan damos nos la regla el regalo
    • They give us the present . dan nos la regla el regalo
    • They give us the present . dan nos la regla el regalo
    • They give us the present . dan nos el regalo
    • They give us the present . Nos dan el regalo.
    • I give you a ring . doy das te me una pulsera un anillo
    • I give you a ring . doy das te me una pulsera un anillo
    • I give you a ring . doy te una pulsera un anillo me
    • I give you a ring . doy te una pulsera un anillo me
    • I give you a ring . doy te una pulsera un anillo
    • I give you a ring . doy te una pulsera un anillo
    • I give you a ring . doy te un anillo
    • I give you a ring . Te doy un anillo.
    • He brings them dinner . trae traen le les la cena el dinero
    • He brings them dinner . trae traen le les la cena el dinero
    • He brings them dinner . trae le les la cena el dinero
    • He brings them dinner . trae les la cena el dinero
    • He brings them dinner . trae les la cena
    • He brings them dinner . Les trae la cena.
    • I bring you a necklace . traigo unos aretes te me un collar traes
    • I bring you a necklace . traigo unos aretes te me un collar traes
    • I bring you a necklace . traigo unos aretes te un collar traes
    • I bring you a necklace . traigo unos aretes te un collar traes
    • I bring you a necklace . traigo unos aretes te un collar
    • I bring you a necklace . traigo unos aretes te un collar
    • I bring you a necklace . traigo te un collar
    • I bring you a necklace . Te traigo un collar.
    • We give you a bracelet . Te damos una pulsera.
    • I give him a watch . Le doy un reloj.
    • They give us the jewelry . Nos dan las joyas.
    • I give you the belt . Te doy el cinturón.
    • She give me the compact disc . Me da el disco compacto.
    • FIN.