Direct Objects
•Find the verb and ask “WHAT”
•Direct Objects can be people, places or things
•They are placed in one of the following areas:
•BEFORE conjugated verbs
•ATTACHED to infinitives
•ATTACHED to present participles (-ando, -iendo)
•ATTACHED to commands (accents if necessary)
•If both an indirect object and a direct object pronoun are used in the
same sentence:
•The indirect comes before the direct (ID).
•The indirect objects for her/him/them becomes a
“Se” if the direct object begins with the letter “L”.
•Examples:
•Le digo la verdad.  I tell him the truth.
•Se lo traigo.  I bring it (book) to them.
•Me la lanza.  He throws it to me.
Me
Me
Nos
Us
You
Te
Os
You
Him
Her
It
Lo
La
Los
Las
Them
Direct Objects
•Find the verb and ask “WHAT”
•Direct Objects can be people, places or things
•They are placed in one of the following areas:
•BEFORE conjugated verbs
•ATTACHED to infinitives
•ATTACHED to present participles (-ando, -iendo)
•ATTACHED to commands (accents if necessary)
•If both an indirect object and a direct object pronoun are used in the
same sentence:
•The indirect comes before the direct (ID).
•The indirect objects for her/him/them becomes a
“Se” if the direct object begins with the letter “L”.
•Examples:
•Le digo la verdad.  I tell him the truth.
•Se lo traigo.  I bring it (book) to them.
•Me la lanza.  He throws it to me.
Me
Me
Nos
Us
You
Te
Os
You
Him
Her
It
Lo
La
Los
Las
Them
Indirect Objects
•Find the verb and ask “to or for WHOM”
•Indirect Objects always refer to people
•They are placed in one of the following areas:
•BEFORE conjugated verbs
•ATTACHED to infinitives
•ATTACHED to present participles (-ando, -iendo)
•ATTACHED to commands (accents if necessary)
•If both an indirect object and a direct object pronoun
are used in the same sentence:
•The indirect comes before the direct (ID).
•The indirect objects for her/him/them
becomes a “Se” if the direct object begins
with the letter “L”.
•Examples:
•Le digo la verdad.  I tell him the truth.
•Se lo traigo.  I bring it (book) to them.
•Me la lanza.  He throws it to me.
•Find the verb and ask “to or for WHOM”
•Indirect Objects always refer to people
•They are placed in one of the following areas:
•BEFORE conjugated verbs
•ATTACHED to infinitives
•ATTACHED to present participles (-ando, -iendo)
•ATTACHED to commands (accents if necessary)
•If both an indirect object and a direct object pronoun
are used in the same sentence:
•The indirect comes before the direct (ID).
•The indirect objects for her/him/them
becomes a “Se” if the direct object begins
with the letter “L”.
•Examples:
•Le digo la verdad.  I tell him the truth.
•Se lo traigo.  I bring it (book) to them.
•Me la lanza.  He throws it to me.
Me
Indirect Objects
Me
Nos
Us
You
Te
Os
You
Him
Her
Le
(Se)
Les
(Se)
Them
Me
Me
Nos
Us
You
Te
Os
You
Him
Her
Le
(Se)
Les
(Se)
Them
Indirect Objects
•Find the verb and ask “to or for WHOM”
•Indirect Objects always refer to people
•They are placed in one of the following areas:
•BEFORE conjugated verbs
•ATTACHED to infinitives
•ATTACHED to present participles (-ando, -iendo)
•ATTACHED to commands (accents if necessary)
•If both an indirect object and a direct object pronoun
are used in the same sentence:
•The indirect comes before the direct (ID).
•The indirect objects for her/him/them
becomes a “Se” if the direct object begins
with the letter “L”.
•Examples:
•Le digo la verdad.  I tell him the truth.
•Se lo traigo.  I bring it (book) to them.
•Me la lanza.  He throws it to me.
Me
Direct Objects
•Find the verb and ask “WHAT”
•Direct Objects can be people, places or things
•They are placed in one of the following areas:
•BEFORE conjugated verbs
•ATTACHED to infinitives
•ATTACHED to present participles (-ando, -iendo)
•ATTACHED to commands (accents if necessary)
•If both an indirect object and a direct object pronoun are used in the
same sentence:
•The indirect comes before the direct (ID).
•The indirect objects for her/him/them becomes a
“Se” if the direct object begins with the letter “L”.
•Examples:
•Le digo la verdad.  I tell him the truth.
•Se lo traigo.  I bring it (book) to them.
•Me la lanza.  He throws it to me.
Me
Nos
Us
You
Te
Os
You
Him
Her
Le
(Se)
Les
(Se)
Them
Me
Me
Nos
Us
You
Te
Os
You
Him
Her
It
Lo
La
Los
Las
Them
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