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Transcript
Spanish IV CPA
USES
COMPLEMENTO DIRECTO Y
COMPLEMENTO INDIRECTO
PRONOMBRES
Señora Parellada
COMPLEMENTO DIRECTO
Who or what receives the action
of the verb.
When the direct object is a person
or a group of people, then we
place a before the object but
never before the pronoun
COMPLEMENTO INDIRECTO
Whom or for whom an action is
performed.
The indirect object pronouns are
used with verbs like gustar,
encantar, doler
me
te
lo/la
me
te
le
PRONOUNS
nos
os
los/las
nos
os
les
Notes:
-
Pronouns are used to replace a noun in order not to repeat it. However, sometimes we can
repeat the indirect object to clarify to whom the le or les pronouns refer.
-
We place the pronouns before the verb. If the sentence is negative, we place the pronoun
between no and the verb
-
If the verb is followed by an infinitive or a progressive form, the pronoun may go before the
verbs or be attached to the infinitive or progressive verb
Personal a:
When the direct object is a person, an “a” precedes:
-
the name
-
the words “nadie” (anyone) and “alguien” (someone)
-
the interrogative “quién” or “quiénes”