double object pronouns 1

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University of Texas at Austin Spanish and Portuguese Department Curso: SPN 508K  Instructora: Sandra Alexandrino DIRECT AND INDIREC T OBJECTS IN SPANISH A Spanish sentence can have both a  direct   and an  indirect object pronoun These "double object pronouns" cannot be separated, and the indirect pronoun always  precedes the direct pronoun. He's giving  it  to  us . -  Nos   lo  da. What is he giving? -  It . To whom? -  Us . I'm showing  it  to  you . -  Te   lo  muestro. What am I showing? -  It . To whom? -  You . When a  third person indirect  object pronoun (le or les) precedes a  third person direct  object pronoun, the indirect pronoun changes to  se . Context will let you know whether  the  se  is replacing le or les. le +  les + { lo la los las = se lo se la se los se las He's giving  it  to  them . -  Se   lo  da. I'm showing  it  to  her . -  Se   lo  muestro. Double object pronouns usually precede the verb(s) they modify. In the case of  infinitives, present participles, and affirmative commands, they can get attached to the  end. (Commands and participles will be explained in an upcoming lesson). When they are  attached to an infinitive, an  acute accent
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