SPN 106. Capitulo 1-1 (1).pptx - Captulo I Primera parte DIRECT OBJECT PRONOUNS Luis tira la pelota Qu tira Luis Rosa hace la comida Qu hace Rosa Ana

SPN 106. Capitulo 1-1 (1).pptx - Captulo I Primera parte...

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Capítulo I Capítulo I Primera parte
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Luis tira la pelota Rosa hace la comida Ana golpea la puerta DIRECT OBJECT PRONOUNS ¿ Qué tira Luis? ¿ Qué hace Rosa? ¿ Qué golpea Ana?
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DIRECT OBJECT PRONOUNS D irect o bject p ronouns are words that replace direct object nouns . Like English, Spanish sometimes uses a direct object pronoun to avoid repeating a noun already mentioned. DIRECT OBJECT NOUN DIRECT OBJECT PRONOUN Dolores compra pan lo compra en la tienda Tomás lava los platos los lava en el fregadero Yo tomo la leche la tomo caliente
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DIRECT OBJECT PRONOUNS DIRECT OBJECT PRONOUNS SINGULAR PLURAL
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DIRECT OBJECT PRONOUNS In affirmative sentences, direct object pronouns generally appear before the conjugated verb. In negative sentences, the pronoun is placed between the word no and the verb José vende su carro Lola no hace las tareas José lo vende Lola no las hace
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DIRECT OBJECT PRONOUNS When the verb is an infinitive construction, such as ir a + [ infinitive ], the direct object pronoun can be placed before the conjugated form or attached to the infinitive. Ana y yo vamos a tomar clases de inglés Juan quiere ver el partido las vamos a tomar vamos a tomar las lo quiere ver quiere ver lo
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DIRECT OBJECT PRONOUNS When the verb is in the present progressive, the direct object pronoun can be placed before the conjugated form or attached to the present participle. NOTA When a direct object pronoun is attached to the present participle, an accent mark is added to maintain the proper stress. Carla está poniendo la mesa Carla la está poniendo Carla está poniéndo la
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INDIRECT OBJECT PRONOUNS El niño le da una flor a su madre la madre el niño Una flor
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INDIRECT OBJECT PRONOUNS Remember that a direct object receives the action of the verb directly. In contrast, an indirect object receives the action of the verb indirectly.
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