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Direct Object,  Direct Object,  Indirect Object, and  Indirect Object, and  both together both together with their nouns and  with their nouns and  pronouns  pronouns  with some practice exercises with some practice exercises
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Direct Object Nouns and Pronouns Direct Object Nouns and Pronouns   to find the direct object of a sentence we ask two  questions: who? who? or what? in relation to the verb. Amanda seca los platos.  Find the verb, then ask  who  or  what  receives the  action. los platos  is the direct object When the D.O. refers to a person, group, or pet (things that  breathe) you must use the “personal a” before the direct  object.    The “personal a” has no English equivalent . Amanda seca a la niña. The preposition “a” (including “personal a”) + the article “el”  contract to make “al”.
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Direct Object Pronouns Direct Object Pronouns Me Te Lo La Nos  Los Las Me You  (fam. sing) You  (form,s.) him, it (m) You  (form.s.) her, it (f) Us You (for/fam.pl)them(m) You (form/fam.pl)them(f) Pronouns replace nouns and refer to people, animals, or  things already mentioned and are used to avoid repeating the  noun.
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Pronoun placement Pronoun placement (works for all pronouns) (works for all pronouns)
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