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CONTENT OBJECTIVE I will be able to replace INDIRECT OBJECT NOUNS with INDIRECT OBJECT PRONOUNS. LANGUAGE OBJECTIVE I will be able to use the Indirect Object Pronouns me, te, le, nos, os & les to say what gifts people receive. . Indirect Object Prounouns. Español 1 Unidad 4 Etapa 2

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CONTENT OBJECTIVE

I will be able to replace INDIRECT OBJECT NOUNS with INDIRECT OBJECT PRONOUNS.

LANGUAGE OBJECTIVE

I will be able to use the

Indirect Object Pronouns

me, te, le, nos, os & les

to say what gifts people receive.


Indirect Object

Prounouns

Español 1

Unidad 4 Etapa 2

Sra. Lear


direct object pronouns

me

nos

te

os

lo/la

los/las

You learned that direct object pronouns can be used to avoid repetition of the noun and answer the question whom? or what? about the verb.

-Pues ya tienes ropa de verano.

-Claro que la tengo.


Indirect objects are nouns that tell to whom/what or for whom/what. Indirect object pronouns replace or accompany indirect objects.


What does an indirect object pronoun do
What does an indirect object pronoun do?

An indirect object pronoun takes the place of an indirect object. For example:

Are you giving the flowers to Sofía?

indirect object

Yes, I am giving the flowers to her.

indirect object pronoun


indirect object pronouns

me

nos

te

os

le

les

le accompanies

madre

Rosa le compra un collar a su madre.

le replaces

(su madre)

Rosa le compra un collar.


The pronouns le and les can refer to different indirect objects. To clarify what they mean, they are often accompanied by:

a + name, noun, or pronoun

Rosa lecompra un collar.

Rosa buys a necklace for her.

Rosa lecompra un collar a su madre.

Rosa buys a necklace for her mother.

to add emphasis use

a+prounoun

A mímecompro unos aretes.

I’m buying myself some earrings.


Practica con los objetos indirectos say what people buy for each other using i o p s

indirect object pronouns objects. To clarify what they mean, they are often accompanied by:

me

nos

te

os

le

les

Practica con los objetos indirectos. Say what people buy for each other using I.O.P.s

  • Yo ___comprounosaretesa mi novia.

le

  • Yo ___comprounos discos compactosa misamigas.

les

  • Mis padres ___compranunasbotasa mi.

me

le

  • Mis padres ___compranunasbotas a mi hermano.


Practica con los objetos indirectos say what people buy for each other using i o p s1

indirect object pronouns objects. To clarify what they mean, they are often accompanied by:

me

nos

te

os

le

les

Practica con los objetos indirectos. Say what people buy for each other using I.O.P.s

  • Ella ___compraunacarteraa sunovio.

le

  • Nuestros abuelos ___compran unos videojuegos a mis hermanos y yo.

nos

te

  • Nosotros___compramos (a ti) un disco compacto de los hermanos Jonas.

  • Tú __ compras un anillo a mi.

me


Today’s Activities: p.282 ACTS 12-13 objects. To clarify what they mean, they are often accompanied by:

ACT 12 El Mercado WORD ONLY

Use I.O.Ps to say for whom they buy things.

1. Mis padres ____ compran unas botas de cuero a mi hermano.

le

2. Ellos ____ compran unos aretes a mí.

me

ACT 13 (1-6) “Cuántos regalos” Use I.O.Ps to say what gifts they buy for Rosa’s mother.

dar-to give doy, das, da, damos, dan

1. su esposo: un collar de oro

Su esposo le da un collar de oro.


Indirect Object Pronouns & Placement objects. To clarify what they mean, they are often accompanied by:

indirect object pronouns

me

nos

te

os

le

les

¿Recuerdas?

We use Indirect Object Pronouns to replace or accompany….

Indirect Object Nouns

Indirect objects are nouns that tell…

…whom/what or for whom/what.


How do you know where indirect object pronouns objects. To clarify what they mean, they are often accompanied by:

go in a sentence? They work just like…

direct object pronouns.

When the pronoun accompanies a

conjugated verb…

the pronoun comes before the verb.

before

Rosa le compra una olla a su madre.


But when the pronoun accompanies a sentence with an infinitive, it can either go before the conjugated verb or be attached to the end of the infinitive:

attached

Rosa quiere comprarle una olla a su madre.Or…Rosa le quiere comprar una olla a su madre.


Today’s Work: p.284 ACTS 16-17 infinitive, it can either go before the conjugated verb or be attached to the end of the infinitive:

ACT 16 (1-6): ¿Qué quieres darles?

1. papá/ llevar artículos de cuero

A mi papá le gusta llevar artículos de cuero. Quiero darle unas botas. Le quiero dar unas botas.


ACT 17 En la tienda infinitive, it can either go before the conjugated verb or be attached to the end of the infinitive:

  • un refresco…a Rosa

  • acabar de

Carlos acaba de comprarle un refresco a Rosa. / Carlos le acaba de comprar un refresco a Rosa.


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