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Direct objects
The object that directly receives the action of the verb is called the direct object.
Direct object pronouns are used to replace a noun.
Always placed in front of the verb.
lo- him, it (masc. noun)
la- her, it (fem. noun)
los- them( mixed or males), them (masc. plural
nouns)
las- them (females), them (fem. Plural nouns)
It= a chair
A. Jerry las tiene
It= a banana
A. Jerry las tiene
Jerry has it.
B. Jerry tienes lo
C. Jerry la tiene D. Jerry le tiene.
Jerry has it.
B. Jerry tienes los
C. Jerry la tiene D. Jerry lo tiene.
Them= grapes
Mary eats them.
A.Mary las come. B. Mary las comen.
Them=green beans
A.Mary las come.
Mary eats them.
B. Mary las comen.
It= (la comida) Juan eats it.
it= (el libro) María has it.
It= (las plumas) The boy buys it.
It=(los edificios) The girl sees them.
It=(el periódico) You-all read it.
Juan la come.
María lo tiene.
El chico los compra.
La chica los ve.
Ud. Lo lee.
C.Mary los come. D.Mary lo come.
C.Mary los come. D.Mary lo come.
Indirect objects
The indirect object answers the question "To whom?" or
"For whom?" the action of the verb is performed.
le (to him, to her, to you-formal)
les (to them, to you-all-formal)
Indirect Object pronoun is placed in from of the verb.
We give them the apples.
A.Nosotros los da las manzanas.
B. Nosotros les da las manzanas.
She gives him the peas.
A.Ellas de le las judias verdes.
B.Ella les da los guisantes.
C.Ella le da los guisantes.
He writes them a letter.
A. Él les escribe una carta.
B. Él le escribe una carta.
She writes him a letter.
A.Ella les escribe una carta.
B.Ella le escribe una carta.
Mary gives her a chair.
A.Mary les da una silla.
B.Mary le da una silla.
Jerry buys them a car.
A.Jerry le compra un coche.
B.Jerry les compra un coche.
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