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Ch. 11 study guide 13:53 Indirect and Direct Object Pronouns in the Same Sentence: Indirect object pronoun always precedes the direct object pronoun When these pronouns are used together, the indirect object changes its  spellings, except for loro/Loro When used together with a direct object pronoun, the indirect object pronouns  gli or le/Le present the same spelling change, both becoming glie-; and is  always attached to the direct object pronoun Indirect object pronouns loro/Loro always follow the verb and cannot combine  with a direct object pronoun.  However, the polite Loro is used only in highly  formal social settings Indirect Object Spelling Changes: o Mi – me o Ti – te o Le/Le/gli – glie o Ci - ce o Vi - ve Direct Object Pronouns: o Lo o La o Li o Le Combining Direct Object Pronouns with Reflexive Pronouns Reflexive pronouns change their spelling o Mi – me
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This note was uploaded on 08/16/2011 for the course ITAL 1001 taught by Professor Servy during the Fall '08 term at UGA.

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