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In the following sample sentences, the actual indirect object and the indirect object pronoun are both  in bold print because they both refer to the same thing. But unlike with direct objects, you do not  have to eliminate the indirect object to require a pronoun. You must use an indirect object pronoun  any time there is an indirect object, but you may choose to use only the indirect object pronoun if the  actual indirect object is clear. The indirect object pronoun is placed before the conjugated verb or  attached to an infinitive like a direct object. The clarification is provided in Spanish by using the  preposition  a + noun  or  personal subject pronoun.   Juan le da un diamante a su novia. Juan gives a diamond to his girlfriend. Juan le da a ella un diamante . Juan gives her a diamond. ( A ella is used to clarify that le refers to her ) Juan le da un diamante . Juan gives
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This note was uploaded on 11/06/2011 for the course SPAN 101 taught by Professor Oliveros during the Fall '09 term at Texas State.

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