Cap3-Direct objects

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Direct objects Direct objects In this presentation we are going to look at another set of pronouns. To begin with, think of one way of completing each sentence: I saw _______. I ate ________. I drank ______. I met ________.
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Direct objects Direct objects Did you come up with something similar to these? I saw Mary. I ate the broccoli . I drank a glass of Kool-Aid . I met your parents . Whatever you put into the blanks is a direct object.
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Direct object pronouns Direct object pronouns Now let’s substitute a pronoun for each noun. I saw Mary. >> I saw her. I ate the broccoli . >> I ate it. I drank a glass of Kool-Aid . >> I drank it . I met your parents . >> I met them .
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Direct object pronouns Direct object pronouns What are the forms? me > me you > te him > lo her > la it & Ud. > lo, la us > nos them > los, las
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me, te, nos If you’ve already seen reflexive verbs, you are familiar with me, te,
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