Direct Object
Pronouns
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Don’t be like these guys:
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Direct object pronouns allow
us to avoid repetition of
nouns!
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 A direct object receives the action of a verb
and serves to answer the question What?
or Whom? in relation to that verb
 Mariano drinks coffee. (direct object noun)
What does he drink?
 Juanita helped him. (direct object pronoun)
Whom did Juanita help?
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 A direct object pronoun replaces a direct
object noun. Some of the Spanish direct
object pronouns should look familiar:
 Me
me
 Te
you (tú)
 Lo
him, it, you (Ud.)
 La
her, it, you (Ud.)
 Nos
us
 Los
them, you (Uds.)
 Las
them, you (Uds.)
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 ¿Me entiendes? Do you understand me?
 Sí, te entiendo perfectamente. Yes, I
understand you perfectly.
 Conoce Ud. a Señora Wiener? Sí, la
conozco.
 ¿Dónde compran Uds. las carpetas?
Las compramos en la papelería.
 Notice that object pronouns immediately
precede conjugated verbs.
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Escribe la frase otra vez usando el
complemento directo
 1. Luis entrega el informe.
 2. El profesor siempre contesta las
preguntas
.3. Los chicos no saben las respuestas.
4.Los estudiantes escriben las
composiciones en la biblioteca.
5. ¿Por qué lees la revista en la clase?
1. ¿Escribes la carta?
2. ¿Lees las instrucciones?
3. ¿Buscas el teléfono?
4. ¿Sabes la dirección?
5. ¿Terminas la tarea?
6. ¿Prefieres el libro rojo?
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1. ¿Escribes la carta? Sí, la escribo.
2. ¿Lees las instrucciones? Sí, las leo.
3. ¿Buscas el teléfono? No, no lo busco.
4. ¿Sabes la dirección? No, no la sé.
5. ¿Terminas la tarea? Sí, la termino.
6. ¿Prefieres el libro rojo? Sí, lo prefiero.
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 Notice that object pronouns can also be
attached to the end of infinitives.
Example: I am going to invite them. =
Los voy a invitar. OR Voy a invitarlos.
Te vamos a visitar. OR Vamos a visitarte.
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Answer these questions as if you
are Julio(a) and/or Luis(a):
Example: Julio, ¿vas a preparar la comida? Sí,
voy a prepararla.
1. Luis, ¿vas a servir las bebidas?
2. Julio y Luis, ¿van a probar Uds. el
postre?
3. Julio y Luis, ¿van a traer Uds. los platos?
4. Luis, ¿vas a cocinar bien la carne?
5. Julio y Luis, ¿van a poner Uds. la mesa?
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1. Luis, ¿vas a servir las bebidas?
Sí, voy a servirlas.
2. Julio y Luis, ¿van a probar Uds. el postre?
No, no vamos a probarlo.
3. Julio y Luis, ¿van a traer Uds. los platos?
Sí, vamos a traerlos.
4. Luis, ¿vas a cocinar bien la carne?
Sí, voy a cocinarla bien.
5. Julio y Luis, ¿van a poner Uds. la mesa?
No, no vamos a ponerla.
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1. ¿Me invitan Uds. a un café?
2.
te invitamos
3. ¿Me llevan ellos al centro?
4. Ellos te llevan
5. ¿Me esperas un minuto?
6. ¿Me llamas por teléfono?
7. ¿Me ayudas con la tarea?
8. ¿Me entiendes ahora?
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