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Direct / Indirect Object Pronoun Placement. Descubre – Lecci ón Preliminar. Object Pronoun Placement. You already know the direct object pronouns. ¿Cuáles son? me nos te os lo, la los, las. Object Pronoun Placement. In affirmative sentences, with one conjugated verb:

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direct indirect object pronoun placement

Direct / Indirect Object Pronoun Placement

Descubre – Lección Preliminar

object pronoun placement
Object Pronoun Placement
  • You already know the direct object pronouns. ¿Cuáles son?
  • me nos
  • te os
  • lo, la los, las
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Object Pronoun Placement
  • In affirmative sentences, with one conjugated verb:
    • Adela practica el tenis. Adela lopractica.
  • In negative sentences, with one conjugated verb:
    • Adela no practica el tenis. Adela no lopractica.
object pronoun placement2
Object Pronoun Placement
  • With a verb infinitive:
    • Adela lova a practicar.
    • Adela va a practicarlo.
  • With the present progressive (a.k.a. the gerund, or “-ing” construction in English)
    • Adela loestá practicando.
    • Adela está practicándolo.
a practicar
¡A practicar!
  • Modelo: Voy a hacer mi maleta.
  • Voy a hacerla.
  • La voy a hacer.
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Necesitamos llevar los pasaportes.
  • Necesitamos llevarlos.
  • Los necesitamos llevar.
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Marcos está pidiendo el folleto turístico.
  • Marcos está pidiéndolo.
  • Marcos lo está pidiéndo.
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Javier debe llamar a sus padres.
  • Javier debe llamarlos.
  • Javier los debe llamar.
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No queremos perder nuestras reservaciones de hotel.
  • No queremos perderlas.
  • No las queremos perder.
m s apuntes sobre dop s record this in your notes
Más apuntes sobre DOP’sRecord this in your notes!!!
  • Ayudar
  • Visitar
  • Llamar (por teléfono)
  • Necesitar / Querer
  • Llevar
  • Ver
  • Note that people can receive the action of the verb both directly and indirectly.
  • When it means to or for someone or something, it takes an IOP.
  • When it addresses the question “who?” or “what?” it takes a DOP.
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The following verbs often take direct objects:
    • Buscar (to look for) – La profesora nos busca.
    • Esperar (to wait for) – Espero a mis amigos. Los espero.
    • Mirar (watch, look at)
    • Escuchar (listen to)
    • Cuidar (care for, take care of)
  • Note with all of these verbs that the “for” or “to” is included in the meaning of the verb.