Double Object Pronouns

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Double Object Pronouns : 

Double Object Pronouns Sra. Martínez Escuela de Liderazgo de Irma Rangel

¿Te acuerdas? : 

¿Te acuerdas? Direct Object pronouns (DOPs) Stand for people or things that directly receive the action of the verb. Me nos Te os Lo/la los/las

Ejemplos : 

Ejemplos Él me llamo anoche. He called me last night. Who received the action? What is the DOP in the sentence? Do you see the connection?

¿Te acuerdas? : 

¿Te acuerdas? Indirect Object Pronouns (IOPs) Usually stand for people for whom or to whom an action is done. Me nos Te os Le les

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Natalie le trajo pizza. Natalie brought him/her pizza. For whom was the action done for? What is the IOP in the sentence? Do you see the connection?

Double Object Pronouns : 

Double Object Pronouns There are some verbs that can have both a direct object pronoun and an indirect object pronoun.

verbs : 

verbs Recomendar dejar pedir servir traer llevar dar

Reglas : 

Reglas When you are using an IOP and a DOP together the IOP always comes first.

Changes : 

Changes When using both you will have to make some changes to be able to connect them. The changes will only occur in the third person charts. Me nos Te os Lo/la los/las Me nos Te os Le les

Changes : 

Changes Change the IOP: le/les se If using with lo/la/los/las

Ejemplo : 

Ejemplo -¿le dejaron la propina al mesero? - Sí, ya se la dejamos.

2-Direct Object Pronouns (DOPs) : 

2-Direct Object Pronouns (DOPs) When you use 2 DOPs together, the direct object pronoun will usually be lo, la, los, las.

Ejemplo : 

Ejemplo Necesitamos pagar la cuenta. ¿Puede traérnosla, por favor? *You will only use is in the Yo or Nosotros forms!

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