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Dos pronombres en una frase. Español 2-2 Sra. Carpinella. Me, te, nos, os. The words me, te, nos, and os can be used as either direct or indirect object pronouns. Me:me; to me Te:you; to you (tú form) Nos:us; to us Os:you, to you (vosotros form)

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Dos pronombres en una frase

Dos pronombres en unafrase

Español2-2

Sra. Carpinella


Me te nos os

Me, te, nos, os

  • The words me, te, nos, and os can be used as either direct or indirect object pronouns.

    • Me:me; to me

    • Te:you; to you (tú form)

    • Nos:us; to us

    • Os:you, to you (vosotros form)

  • When they are used in sentences with other nouns or pronouns, they are usually indirect.


Le les

Le, les

  • The words le and les are indirect object pronouns.

    • Le: to him, to her, to Ud.

    • Les: to them, to Uds.

  • When they are used in sentences with other pronouns, they cannot be used with me, te, nos and os.

  • Le and les can ONLY replace people.


Lo la los and las

Lo, la, los, and las

  • The words lo, la, los, and las are direct object pronouns.

  • They must agree in number and in gender with the noun they replace.

    • Lo:masculine, singular:him, it

    • La:feminine, singular:her, it

    • Los:masculine, plural:them

    • Las:feminine plural:them

  • Lo, la, los, and las can replace people or things.


Un buen ejemplo

Un buenejemplo

  • She served the ice cream to us.

  • She served the ice cream to the customers.

    • If you were to replace ice cream in English, you would use it:

    • She served it to us.

    • If you were to replace to the customers, you would use them.

    • She served it to them.

  • En español:

  • Ella nossirvió el helado.

  • Ella sirvió el helado a los clientes.


Las reglas

Las reglas

  • Object pronouns must agree in number and in gender with the noun they replace.

  • Object pronouns go before the conjugated verb.

  • When there is more than one object pronoun in a sentence…me, te, nos, os, and se go before lo, la, los, and las. INDIRECT BEFORE DIRECT

  • When you use le and les with lo, la, los, or las…le and les become se. You can’t “le lo” but you can “se lo”!


Una frase nueva

Una frase nueva

Ella nos sirvió.

Ella nos sirvió.

Ella nossirvió.

el helado

(lo)

lo


Una frase nueva1

¡Una frase nueva!

Ella sirvió el heladoa los clientes.

Ella sirvió

(lo)

(les).

Ella sirvió

(lo)

(se).

Ella sirvió

lo

(se).

Ella sirvió (a ellos).

se

lo


Te toca a ti

¡Te toca a ti!

  • El mozo me dio la llave.

  • El nosvendió los libros.

  • Papa tehizolasreservaciones.

  • Vuestramadreosleyó el periódico.


Te toca a ti1

¡Te toca a ti!

  • El mozo me la dio.

  • El nos los vendió.

  • Papa telashizo.

  • Vuestramadreos lo leyó.


Te toca a ti2

¡Te toca a ti!

  • El asistente de vuelo sirvió las bebidasa los pasajeros.

  • La mamá leyó los librosa sus hijos.

  • Nosotros compramos las entradasa ustedes.

  • Yo di el ordenadora mi hermana.

  • Tú dijo la verdada tus padres.


Te toca a ti3

¡Te toca a ti!

  • El asistente de vuelo selas sirvió a ellos.

  • La mamá selos leyó a ellos.

  • Nosotros selas compramos a uds.

  • Yo selo di a ella.

  • Tú sela dijo a ellos.


Las cuatro reglas

Las cuatroreglas

  • Object pronouns must agree in number (s/p) and in gender (m/f) with the noun they replace.

  • Object pronouns go before the conjugated verb or are attached to the end of the infinitive or present participle.

  • When there are two object pronouns in a sentence: me, te, se, nos, and os come before lo, la, los, and las. Indirect before direct!

  • When le and les are used with lo, la, los, and las, le and les change to se. You can’t “le lo” but you can “se lo”!


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