Cap3-Indirect objects

Cap3-Indirect objects - Indirect Object Pronouns We've seen...

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Indirect Object Pronouns Indirect Object Pronouns We’ve seen three types of pronouns so far: Subject : yo, tú, él… Reflexive : me, te, se… Direct object : me, te, lo, la… In this slide show, we are going to look at one more type: indirect objects.
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What’s an indirect object? What’s an indirect object? Complete these sentences: The teacher gave ___ an A. Bill Gates sent ___ a million dollars. My parents bought ___ a used car. Julia told ___ the big secret.
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So tell me the answer! So tell me the answer! Did you say something like: The teacher gave you an A. Bill Gates sent me a million dollars. My parents bought my little sister a used car. Julia told everyone the big secret.
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Indirect objects Indirect objects The indirect objects in these sentences are the people who received something: you, me, my little sister, everyone. The first two objects use pronouns – you, me. Can you guess what the Spanish equivalents are?
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That’s right! That’s right! me > me you > te The second pair of objects can be replaced with pronouns – her, them . What are the Spanish equivalents?
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Hmm, this looks familiar! Hmm, this looks familiar! her > le them > les We’ve seen this form before when we looked at gusta .
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Some common verbs Indirect objects are used together with
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This note was uploaded on 02/14/2011 for the course SPAN 121 taught by Professor Losada during the Spring '08 term at South Carolina.

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Cap3-Indirect objects - Indirect Object Pronouns We've seen...

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