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					          Indirect Object Pronoun
In a sentence the indirect object noun is the
  person who benefits from the action of the
  verb. It is also the person who receives the
  direct object in the sentence.
An indirect object pronoun takes the place of the indirect object
  noun.
               I give the gift to María.
               S V          DO ION
                   I give the gift to her.
                   S V        DO IOP
          Indirect Object Pronoun
Identify the Subjects, Verbs, Direct Objects and Indirect Object
   Nouns in the following sentences.
1. The teacher always gives Homework to the students.
2. I never tell jokes to my classmates.
3. We always buy flowers for my mother.
4. My boyfriend sometimes brings me flowers.
5. Carlos never buys you anything.
6. I sometimes tell the truth to my friends.
7. Ricardo y Pepe always buy you books.
8. We want to buy the students lunch.
9. Are you going to give me a gift?
       Indirect Object Pronoun
Indirect Object Pronouns are:
         me - me            nos- us
         te - you           os- you
         le – you, him, her les- you, them
• Yo le compro un recuerdo a mi padre.
• Yo voy a comprarle un recuerdo a mi padre.
• Yo le voy a comprar un recuerdo a mi padre.
          Indirect Object Pronoun
Choose the correct subject Pronoun to say that I buy for the
  following people.
1. Yo ( le, me) compro una cartera a mi hermano.
2. Yo ( le, les) compro unas revistas a mis amigos.
3. Yo ( le, te) compro una revista a tí.
4. Yo (le, les) compro una blusa y una camisa a mi mamá y
   papá.
5. Yo ( le, les) compro unas joyas a ustedes.
6. Yo ( me , le) compro un vestido a mí.
7. Yo ( os, nos) compro unos libros a nosotros.
8. Yo ( os, les) compro un carro a vosotros.
9. Yo ( me , le) compro un libro a Ricardo.
         Indirect Object Pronoun
Use the correct form of the indirect object pronoun.
1. Voy a comprar (le, les) un carro a mi hijo.
2. No quiero comprar (me, te) nada a tí.
3. Necesito comprar (le, les) muchos libros a mis hijos.
4. Me gusta comprar ( nos, os) unos regalos a
   nosotros.
5. No puedo comprar ( le, les) regalos a los
   estudiantes.
6. A Pablo le gusta comprar ( me, te) flores a mí.
          Indirect Object Pronoun
• Indirect Object Pronouns are almost always used along with
  the Indirect Object Noun for clarity.
• Indirect Object Pronouns are always placed before the
  conjugated verb.
• If a verb followed by an infinitive is used, the Indirect Object
  Pronoun can be attached to the infinitive verb, or placed
  before the conjugated verb.
• Indirect Object Pronouns are attached to Commands and an
  accent placed on the third to last syllable.
                Dar and decir
Indirect Object Pronouns are always used with
  the verbs dar -to give and decir- to say.
     Dar                         Decir
Present Preterite          Present      Preterite
Doy         di              digo           dije
Das          diste           dices          dijiste
Da           dio             dice           dijo
Damos        dimos          decimos         dijimos
Dais        disteis        decís          dijisteis
Dan          dieron         dicen         dijeron

				
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