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Pronouns with commands. Page 123 Avancemos 3. Pronouns With Commands. English Grammar Connection: You often use object pronouns with commands to direct the action of the verb at someone or something. In English, you always place pronouns after the command. Pronouns With Commands.

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pronouns with commands

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Page 123Avancemos 3

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  • English Grammar Connection: You often use object pronouns with commands to direct the action of the verb at someone or something.
  • In English, you always place pronouns after the command.
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  • Give me that!
  • Don’t read it!
  • In English, the pronouns come AFTER the verb.
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  • In Spanish, the pronouns go two places:
  • Affirmatives ATTACH.
  • Negatives come BEFORE.
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  • Affirmative Command:
  • ¡Dame eso! (attaches)
  • Give me that!
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  • Negative Command:
  • ¡No lo leas! (before the verb)
  • Don´t read it!
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  • affirmative: (attach)
  • Julia, describe tu comunidad.
  • Descríbela.
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  • negative: (before the verb)
  • No me digas la respuesta.
  • No me la digas.
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  • When you use a direct and an indirect object pronoun together, place the indirect BEFORE the direct.
  • Memorize this acronym:
  • RID
  • Reflexive, Indirect, Direct
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  • ¡Pontelas botas!
  • ¡Póntelas!
  • RID
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  • ¡No te pongas las botas!
  • ¡No telas pongas!
  • RID
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  • When the indirect object pronoun le or les comes before the direct object pronoun lo, la, los, or las, change le or les to se.
  • In other words, Don´t le lo !
  • Se lo !!!!
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  • Enrique, explícale tu punto de vista a Raquel.
  • Explícaselo.
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  • When you attach two object pronouns to a command, you must add an accent mark to preserve the original stress.
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  • Quiero ver las fotos que van a usar para el mercadeo. Dámelas por favor.
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  • With the nosotros command, drop the -s of the ending before adding the reflexive pronoun nos.
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  • ¡Organicemos una reunión!(drop the “s”)
  • Let´s organize a meeting!
  • ¡Organicémonos!
  • Let´s get organized!
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