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Chapter 2 Lesson A Direct Object Pronouns     Direct objects answer the questions: Who? Or What? Direct object pronouns are used to avoid repetition of the “antecedent” o Antecedent —what is mentioned previously. They agree in gender and number with the antecedent. Direct object pronouns are placed: o Before the conjugated verb o Attached to infinitives o Affirmative commands, and o The present participle When attaching to the present participle— you must add the  accent! Direct Object Pronouns: 1
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Chapter 2 Lesson A Me Nos Te Os Lo/la Los/las Examples     ¿Compras el martillo ? ¿Compras el libro? -- Si, lo compro. -- Sí lo compro. ¿Tienen ellos las cajas ? ¿Tienen ellos las flores ? -- No, no las tienen. -- No, no las tienen. ¿Ves a tus amigos ? ¿Ves a tus amigos? -- Sí, los veo. -- Si, los veo. ¿Vas a vaciar el basurero ? Te conozco, ¿verdad? -- No, no voy a vaciar lo . -- No, no me conoces. …or… -- Lo voy a vaciar. ¿Vas a limpiar los suelos ? --Sí, los voy a limpiar. ¿Estás usando el destornillador ? --Voy a limpiarlos . -- No, no estoy usándo lo . -- No lo estoy usando. ¿Decoro la habitación? -- Sí, ¡ Decórala ! ¿ Me invitas a tu fiesta? -- No, no la decores. -- Sí, te invito a mi fiesta. ¿Estás ayudando a Maria? ¿ Los invito a Uds . a mi fiesta? -- No, no estoy ayudándola . -- No, no nos invitas. la estoy ayudando. 2
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Chapter 2 Lesson A Affirmative and Negative Commands Negative Commands Negative expressions may appear either before or after the conjugated verb. However, if the negative expression comes after the verb, then we must include a no before the verb, creating a double negative. Present Progressive Used to Express activities of the moment (what is happening right now). To form: estar + present participle
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2008 for the course SPN 101 taught by Professor Goodforall during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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grammar - Chapter 2 Lesson A Direct Object Pronouns Direct...

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