IO pronouns - Indirect Objects and Indirect Object Pronouns(Los complementos indirectos y los pronombres de complemento indirecto Mepuedemostrarlos

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Indirect Objects and Indirect Object Pronouns (Los complementos indirectos y los pronombres de complemento indirecto) ¿Me puede mostrar los  modelos más económicos?
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An indirect object is almost always a person (occasionally a thing Paco gave the book to me . Paco  me  dio el libro. What did Paco give? The book. That’s our direct object . To whom did Paco give the book? To me. That’s our indirect object . It is important to distinguish direct objects from indirect objects.
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The indirect object pronouns in Spanish are as follows: me te le nos os les for people mostly for people and sometimes things Notice that the forms of the indirect object pronouns are identical to the direct object pronouns, except for the third- person singular and plural forms. These are used These are used
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The prepositional forms that often accompany the object pronouns are as follows: me te le nos os les These are mandatory (for clarification or emphasis ) (a Juan) (a Marta) etc. (More about this shortly) These are optional
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An indirect object indicates to or for whom an action is carried out. An indirect object can also be used to indicate from whom something is bought, borrowed, or taken away.
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This note was uploaded on 06/07/2011 for the course SPAN 110 taught by Professor Mcateer during the Summer '10 term at South Carolina.

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IO pronouns - Indirect Objects and Indirect Object Pronouns(Los complementos indirectos y los pronombres de complemento indirecto Mepuedemostrarlos

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