Indirect object pronouns - Indirect object pronouns; Dar...

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Indirect object pronouns; Dar and Decir Me To/for me Te To/for you Le To/for you Nos To/for us Les To/for you Indirect Objects - Indirect object nouns and pronouns are the second recipient of the action of the verb. They answer the questions to whom or for whom . Placement of indirect object pronouns - like direct object pronouns indirect object pronouns are placed immediately before a conjugated verb. Alternatively, they may be attached to an infinitive or a present participle. No, No te presto el coche No I wont lend you the car Voy a guardarte el asiento I’ll save your seat for you Te voy a guardar el asiento I’ll save your seat for you Le estoy escribiendo una carta a Marisol I’m writing Marisol a letter Estoy esribiendole una carta a Marisol I’m writing Marisol a letter With Commands - As with direct object pronouns, indirect object pronouns are attached to the affirmative command form and precede the negative command form. Sirvanos un café por favor Serve us some coffee, please No me de su numero de telefono ahora Don’t give me your phone number now Clarification of le - Since le and les have several different equivalents, their meaning is often clarified or emphasized with the preposition a followed by a pronoun Voy a mandarle un telegrama a Ud I’m going to send you (him/her) a telegram
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Les hago una comida a Uds I’m making you(them) a meal Third Person Indirect Objects With the third person forms it is common for a Spanish sentence to contain both the indirect object noun and the indirect object pronoun Vamos a contarle el secreto a Juan Let’s tell Juan the secret
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This note was uploaded on 06/09/2011 for the course SPANISH 249390 taught by Professor Gonzalez during the Spring '11 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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