Using Object Pronouns Together (Direct and Indirect)

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Using Object Pronouns Together
(Direct and Indirect)
•There are two sets of object pronouns, direct and indirect.
•Direct objects receive the action of the verb and indirect objects
are who or what the action is being done to or for.
Indirect Object
Pronouns
Direct Object
Pronouns
me
nos
me
nos
te
os
te
os
le
les
lo, la
los, las
Using Object Pronouns Together
(Direct and Indirect)
• When using indirect and direct objects together in a
sentence the indirect object comes first and then the
direct object.
• Both come before the conjugated verb.
Te lo mostraré cuando vengas a casa.
(I will show it to you when you come home.)
• If you are using two 3rd person pronouns, the first pronoun
(le, les) must be changed to (se). You cannot have two “L”
pronouns back to back.
Se la pediré prestada.
(I will borrow it from her.)
Using Object Pronouns Together
(Direct and Indirect)
If there are two verbs, you can stick both pronouns to the
end of the infinitive. If you do this, make sure you add an
accent to the infinitive to keep the stress of the syllable
the same.
¿Puedes dárselos?
(Can you give them to her?)