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Pronouns with commands, present progressive, and preterite. Review of pronouns. Direct Object Pronouns Reflexive Pronouns. me. nos. te. os. lo/la. los/las. me. nos. te. os. se. se. Affirmative tú Commands. Attach pronouns to affirmative commands. Direct Object Pronouns

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Pronouns with commands present progressive and preterite

Pronounswith commands, present progressive, and preterite


Review of pronouns

Review of pronouns

Direct Object Pronouns

Reflexive Pronouns

me

nos

te

os

lo/la

los/las

me

nos

te

os

se

se


Affirmative t commands

Affirmative tú Commands

Attach pronouns to affirmative commands.

Direct Object Pronouns

Put it on the table. ¡Ponlo en la mesa!

Read the novel. (it) ¡Léela!

Reflexive verbs (only te because it is tú commands)

Lavarse  ¡Lávate! Ponerse ¡ponte!


Affirmative t commands1

Affirmative tú Commands

Accents – place the accent over the second syllable from the end of the verb before the pronoun is attached.

Sacar la basura  

bañarse  

sácala

saca la basura

baña (te)

báñate


Pr ctica

Práctica

  • mezclar la ensalada___________

  • poner los libros___________

  • escribir las cartas___________

  • afeitarse___________

  • despertarse___________

  • acostarse___________

mézclala

ponlos

escríbelas

aféitate

despiértate

acuéstate


Negative t commands

Negative tú commands

The pronouns go before the verb and after the word “NO”.

Don’t read it. No lo leas.

Don’t eat them. No las comas.

Don’t go to bed.No te acuestes.

Don’t wash your face. No te laves la cara.


Pr ctica negative no

Práctica – negative (No)

  • hacer la cama___________

  • comer las verduras___________

  • dibujar los gatos___________

  • dormirse___________

  • levantarse___________

  • quitarse___________

No la hagas

No las comas

No los dibujes

No te duermas

No te levantes

No te quites


Present progressive

Present Progressive

Attach the pronoun to the participle (-ando or -iendo) or place it before estar.

I am reading it. (the book)

Estoy leyéndolo. or Lo estoy leyendo.

He is shaving. (afeitarse)

Él está afeitándose. or Él se está afeitando.

Accent rules are the same as with commands.


Present progressive1

Present Progressive

  • Ella sacar fotos

    ___________________________

  • Yo tomar el ponche

    ___________________________

    3. Tú despertarse

    ___________________________

    4. Nosotros vestirse

    ___________________________

Ella está sacándolas.

Yo estoy tomándolo.

Tú estás despertándote.

Nosotros estamos vistiéndonos.


Preterite or present

Preterite (or present)

Place pronoun before the conjugated verb or attach it to the infinitve.

He read it. (the novel)

Él la leyó.

He had to read it.

Él tuvo que leerla.


Preterite practice

Preterite Practice

  • Los pasajeros subieron a la montaña.

    ____________________________

  • Yo facturé las maletas.

    ____________________________

  • Nosotros quisimos tomar el sol.

    ____________________________

  • Mis padres tuvieron que hacer muchos viajes el año pasado.

    ____________________________

Los pasajeros la subieron.

Yo las facturé.

Nosotros quisimos tomarlo.

Mis padres tuvieron que hacerlos.


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