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Indirect Object Pronoun

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Indirect Object Pronoun
Direct Object Pronoun
Singular
Pronouns
Plural
pronouns
Negative
sentences
Affirmative
sentences
Direct Object Pronoun
D.O.P. answers to
the question what?
or whom?
Singular pronouns
Me
(me)
Te (you)
Lo/la (him/her; you;it)
Plural pronouns
Nos
(us)
Os (you)
Los / las (them; you)
Placement in negative sentences
With
one verb , the DOP
is placed between the
word no (or other term
of negation) and the
conjugated verb.
No lo conocemos
Placement in affirmative sentences
with two verbs
You have two options:
 Place
the DOP immediately before
the first verb (conjugated).
Te quiero ver
 Attach the DOP directly to the
second verb (infinitive).
Quiero verte
Placement in negative sentences with
two verbs

In negative statements with two
verbs the DOP can be placed before
the conjugated verb or attached
directly to the infinitive:
No tengo que leerlo.
No lo tengo que leer
Practica
¿Donde pones el libro?
2. Estoy escribiendo una
carta.
3. Voy a comprar el
regalo mañana.
4. Yo traigo pasteles para
la fiesta.
5. Mis hermanos
compran dos camisas.
1.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
¿Donde lo pones?
La estoy
escribiendo.
Lo voy a comprar
mañana.
Yo los traigo para
la fiesta.
Mis hermanos las
compran.
Pronoun Rules
Pronouns are place before the first
conjugated verb.
 If there are two verbs you can attach the
pronoun to the second verb.
 The indirect object is always before the
direct object pronoun.
 If the IOP and the DOP are in the third
person singular or plural you’ll change the
IOP to “SE”

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