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¡Buenos D ías!. Por favor, saquen Uds. los apuntes de DOPs e IOPs…. One Last Thing…. Regarding using DOPs and IOPs, it is possible to use both in one sentence (again, provided that you have previously established what you're talking about…) For example:

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buenos d as

¡Buenos Días!

Por favor, saquen Uds. los apuntes de DOPs e IOPs…

one last thing
One Last Thing…

Regarding using DOPs and IOPs, it is possible to use both in one sentence (again, provided that you have previously established what you're talking about…)

For example:

"Hablo con mi amigo Joe. Él tiene un regalo para nosotros. Él noslo va a dar mañana."

Two pronouns. And we know exactly what "nos" is referring to from the context, as do we know the reference for "lo."

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One Last Thing…

Another example:

"¿Tienes mi chaqueta?"

"Sí, la tengo."

"Entonces, ¿mela vas a devolver?" (Devolver = to return (something)

"Más tarde. En este momento tengo frío."

Notice that in both examples, the indirect pronoun is placed before the direct pronoun, and that both pronouns are immediately in front of the conjugated verb.

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One Last Thing…

Okay, Backlin, so that looks easy, right? Yes, but for one exception.

RULE:When two object pronouns beginning with the letter "L" are placed next to one another, the IOP (le or les) will become "se."

This rule holds true in all situations, and it is in place to avoid the "sing-song" nature of "le lo" "les las" "le la" etc…

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One Last Thing…

The rule in effect:

Suppose we are discussing your notebook (cuaderno) and that you want to give it to Bob. If we ask the question "Are you giving it to him today?" we will use both a DOP and an IOP.

Before applying the rule, the sentence would look like this:

"Lelo vas a dar hoy?"

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One Last Thing…

Before applying the rule, the sentence would look like this:

"¿Lelo vas a dar hoy?"

However, we know that the rule says that this "two Ls in a row" business cannot take place, so we replace the "le" with "se" to get:

"¿Selo vas a dar hoy?"

Of course, this still means "Are you going to give it to him today?"

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One Last Thing…

"¿Selo vas a dar hoy?"

Of course, this still means "Are you going to give it to him today?"

(how do we know this?)

CONTEXT! As we've been saying, you will never ever ever ever EVER use object pronouns without first establishing a frame of reference.

Let's try a few more like this…

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One Last Thing…

Yo hablo español a Bob.

To say "I speak it to him" we could use two object pronouns: Le and Lo.

What would that look like?

Yo le lo hablo. BUT WE CAN'T DO THAT, CAN WE?

Yo se lo hablo. And this is just fine.

Let's try another…

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One Last Thing…

Ellos dan los apuntes a nosotros.

Yo doy el lápiz a tí.

Tú das el bolígrafo a Bob.

Ellos nos los dan. Remember: the IOP comes first!

Yo te lo doy. No "L" pronouns in a row here, either…

Tú se lo das. THERE we go!

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One Last Thing…

Ellos dan los apuntes a las chicas.

Yo doy el lápiz a mis amigos.

Tú das el papel a Bob.

Ellos se los dan. Both "le" and "les" are replaced with "se"

Yo se lo doy.

Tú se lo das.

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One Last Thing…

So… Once again the RULE states that two object pronouns that begin with "L" cannot stand next to one another.

To avoid this, the pronouns "le" and "les" are converted to "se."

That may sound confusing, but remember that we will not use object pronouns unless we have already mentioned what we're talking about.

You will see this done in reading and such, and for now, all you need to know is that when you see "se" in front of another "L" pronoun, it simply means "to/for __________."

cool huh

Cool, Huh?

Ahora repasamos lo que ya sabemos…

pop quiz not really give the following in spanish
Ticket

Boarding pass

To board

Screen

Suitcase

Luggage

Passport

Airport

Gate

Flight attendant

To travel

To check in (bags)

Pop Quiz! (not really)Give the following in Spanish:

Pasaporte

Aeropuerto

Puerta

Auxiliar de vuelo

Viajar

Facturar

Boleto

Tarjeta de embarque

Abordar

Pantalla

Maleta

Equipaje