Indirect Object
Pronouns
Indirect Object Pronouns
• Indirect object pronouns tell
to or for whom an action
is being done.
Indirect Objects
• I bought that skirt for her.
I gave those shoes to him.
• What is the verb, the direct
object and the indirect object?
Indirect Objects
• I bought that skirt for her.
verb
direct
object
indirect
object
Indirect Objects
• I gave those shoes to him.
verb
direct
object
indirect
object
Indirect Object Pronouns
(English)
(to or for) me
(to or for) us
(to or for) you
(to or for) him, (to or for) them
her, it
Indirect Object Pronouns
(Spanish)
me (to or for me) nos (to or for us)
te
(to or for you) os (to or for you all)
(fam)
le
(to or for him,
her, it)
les (to or for them,
you all)
Placement of Indirect
Object Pronouns
• Indirect Object Pronouns, me, te,
le, nos, os, and les are placed
either before a conjugated verb
or attached to the end of an
infinitive.
Before the Conjugated Verb:
• La agente de viajes me da el boleto
(a mí).
• La azafata (air-hostess) de vuelo nos
trae unos refrescos (a nosotros).
• El empleado les devuelve los
pasaportes (a ellos).
Before the verb or after the
infinitive:
Before the verb:
• Le voy a mostrar el itinerario.
After the infinitive:
• Voy a mostrarle el itinerario.
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(to or for) me