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Indirect Object Pronouns - Pronomes Pessoais Complemento Indirecto. What is it?. The indirect object is a noun, a nominal group, or pronoun that indicates to whom or for whom the action of the verb is done. How to identify and use indirect objects pronouns in English.

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What is it

What is it? Indirecto

The indirect object is a noun, a nominal group, or pronoun that indicates to whom or for whom the action of the verb is done.


How to identify and use indirect objects pronouns in english

How to identify and use indirect objects pronouns in English Indirecto

They write Diana a letter.

What is the subject of the sentence?

What is the verb of the sentence?

Who is receiving the action of the verb?

To/For whom is that object being done?


They write diana a letter

They IndirectowriteDianaa letter.

Writing is the action. Who writes - (They) is the subject. What do they write - a letter. Who do they write it to/for - Diana.

Diana is the indirect object pronoun.


Here is another example can you classify each of the words

Here is another example. Can you classify each of the words? Indirecto

She gives the students the book.

subject

verb

direct object

indirect object


She gives the students the book

She Indirectogivesthe studentsthe book.


In portuguese the indirect object pronouns are as follows

In Portuguese the indirect object pronouns are as follows: Indirecto

Me = to me

Te = to you (familiar)

Lhe = to you (formal)

to him to her

Nos = to us

Vos = to you (familiar plural)

Lhes = to you (formal plural)

to them



Eles escrevem uma carta diana

Eles escrevem uma carta à Diana. Indirecto

What is the subject of the sentence?

What is the verb of the sentence?

Who is receiving the action of the verb?

To/For whom is that object being done?


Eles escrevem uma carta diana1

Eles Indirectoescrevemuma carta à Diana.

Escrevem is the action. Who writes - (Eles) is the subject. What do they write - a letter. Who do they write it to/for - Diana.

Diana is the indirect object pronoun.

subject

verb

direct object

indirect object


Now we must substitute the direct object pronoun for the noun diana

Now we must substitute the direct object pronoun for the noun Diana.

Diana is 3rd person singular (to her) = lhe

Eles escrevem-lhe uma carta.


Now you try

Now you try… noun Diana.

Ela dá o livro aos estudantes.

subject

verb

direct object

indirect object


Ela d o livro aos estudantes

Ela noun Diana.dáo livro aos estudantes.

Dá is the action. Who gives - (Ela) is the subject. What do they give - o livro. Who do they give it to/for - estudantes.

Estudantes is the indirect object pronoun.



Ela d lhes o livro

Ela dá- noun Diana.lheso livro.



Regra 1

Regra #1 noun Diana.

In an affirmative sentence, the direct object pronoun follows the verb separated by a hypen.

Exemplo: Eu dou-te o meu lápis.


Regra 2

Regra #2 noun Diana.

The indirect object pronoun precedes the verb without a hypen when the verb is preceded by a negative word, a question word, an adverb, and the conjuntions que and como.

Exemplos:

Ela nãomedá um lápis.

Quemmedá um lápis.

Ela diz quemedá um lápis.


Grammatical note

***Grammatical Note *** noun Diana.

In Portuguese, the indirect object pronoun is usually introduced by the preposition a, often in contraction with the definite articles to form ao, à, aos, às. The indirect object generally comes after the direct object, whereas in English it precedes the direct object.


Cultural note

*** Cultural Note *** noun Diana.

In Brazil object pronouns more often precede the verb.




O passageiro d lhe o bilhete

O Passageiro dá- noun Diana.lhe o bilhete.



A turista manda lhes o dinheiro

A turista manda- noun Diana.lhes o dinheiro.



Ela d me a mala

Ela dá- noun Diana.me a mala.



Eu te canto a can o lentamente

Eu noun Diana.te canto a canção lentamente.

What kind of word is lentamente?



Eu tiro vos a marcadora

Eu tiro- noun Diana.vos a marcadora.



N s dizemos que lhes trazemos o passaporte

Nós dizemos que noun Diana.lhes trazemos o passaporte.


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