Indirect object explanation

Indirect object explanation - No me traiga la cuenta. /...

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Los complementos indirectos pronominales/Indirect Object Pronouns: me nos te os le les Used with gustar-type verbs: Me gusta el libro. To whom or for whom something is done, given, said, asked, etc. Les doy un examen. Use the indirect object pronoun even if it is also expressed with a prepositional phrase: Les doy un examen a Uds . (a los estudiantes ) (a las clases de español 121 ) Place before conjugated verb or attach to infinitive: Les voy a dar un examen. Voy a darles un examen. Place before negative command; attach to positive command:
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Unformatted text preview: No me traiga la cuenta. / Tráigame la cuenta. Prepositional phrases with IOP use "a"; they explain (3 rd person) or add emphasis: a mí a nosotros a nosotras a ti a vosotros a vosotras a Ud. a Uds. a él a ellos a ella a ellas (or name,noun) (or names, noun) Te compro un regalo (a ti). Mis padres me compran un regalo (a mí). IOP DO Prep. phrase Le escribo una tarjeta a mi hermana . Le escribo a mi hermana . (carta, tarjeta, etc., understood) Le escribo. (tarjeta, hermana, understood)...
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This note was uploaded on 06/14/2011 for the course SPAN 121 taught by Professor Losada during the Fall '08 term at South Carolina.

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