Estructura I Simplifying expressions indirect object pronouns Ana

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Estructura I: Simplifying expressions: indirect object pronouns • Ana y Cristina van a la

Estructura I: Simplifying expressions: indirect object pronouns • Ana y Cristina van a la agencia de viajes porque quieren viajar a Quito, Ecuador. El agente les recomienda un vuelo con dos escalas. Ana le hace muchas preguntas al agente y él le da mucha información.

Sentence structure: Review • All sentences § have a subject and a verb Silvia

Sentence structure: Review • All sentences § have a subject and a verb Silvia está hablando. Many sentences • • § have a direct object Yo compré el boleto. Some sentences • • § have an indirect object* • Yo compré el boleto a Julieta. * indirect objects cannot exist without direct objects

Direct objects: Review • Direct object § noun or pronoun that directly receives the

Direct objects: Review • Direct object § noun or pronoun that directly receives the action of the verb § answers the question whom? or what? in relation to the sentence’s subject and verb • • Manny compró un boleto. Lo compró hace dos días.

The concept of indirect objects • Observe the indirect object in the following sentence

The concept of indirect objects • Observe the indirect object in the following sentence Manny Subject le compró Verb Indirect Object Pronoun un boleto a su esposa. Direct Object Indirect Object

Simplifying expressions: indirect object pronouns • • • me te le nos os les

Simplifying expressions: indirect object pronouns • • • me te le nos os les • • • to/for me to/for you (informal) to/for you (formal); to/for him, her to/for us to/for you (informal, plural) to/for you (formal, plural); to/for them

Simplifying expressions: indirect object pronouns • Indirect Object § noun or pronoun that indirectly

Simplifying expressions: indirect object pronouns • Indirect Object § noun or pronoun that indirectly receives the action of a verb § indirect object tells to whom? or for whom? the action of the verb is performed • • Manny compró un boleto a ella. (for whom? ) Le compró un boleto hace dos días.

Simplifying expressions: indirect object pronouns • Placement of indirect object pronouns § identical to

Simplifying expressions: indirect object pronouns • Placement of indirect object pronouns § identical to placement of direct object pronouns § in front of conjugated verb • • I gave the jacket to her. Yo le di la chaqueta. § in negative statements, place the no in front of the pronoun They did not buy the present for us. • No nos compraron el regalo.

 • Simplifying expressions: indirect object pronouns Placement of indirect object pronouns § With

• Simplifying expressions: indirect object pronouns Placement of indirect object pronouns § With an infinitive or a present participle 1. before the conjugated verb 2. attached to the infinitive or participle* * only if an infinitive or participle is present • • I’m going to give the ticket to her. Voy a darle el boleto. or • Le voy a dar el boleto.

Indirect object pronouns: Puntos especiales • le and les § can have different meanings

Indirect object pronouns: Puntos especiales • le and les § can have different meanings § clarified with a él, a ella, a usted, a ellos, a ellas, or a ustedes • • -¿Le prometiste el viaje a él o a ella? -Le prometí el viaje a ella.

Estructura II: Simplifying expressions: double object pronouns El agente de viajes le explica a

Estructura II: Simplifying expressions: double object pronouns El agente de viajes le explica a Ana el horario del vuelo. Sí, se lo explica a Ana. No se lo explica a Cristina y Cristina está enojada. •

Simplifying expressions: Double object pronouns • Double object pronouns § use of both the

Simplifying expressions: Double object pronouns • Double object pronouns § use of both the direct and indirect object pronouns >>¿Te dio Marcos el regalo de Cuba? >>¡Sí, me lo dio anoche! >>Did Marcos give you the gift from Cuba? >>Yes, he gave it to me last night!

Simplifying expressions: double object pronouns • I. O. P me te le (se) nos

Simplifying expressions: double object pronouns • I. O. P me te le (se) nos os les (se) D. O. P • + lo la los las

Simplifying expressions: double object pronouns Order of pronouns • § indirect object pronouns always

Simplifying expressions: double object pronouns Order of pronouns • § indirect object pronouns always precede direct object pronouns *le and les become se when followed by lo, la, los, and las le les • • • } se • + • • lo, la los, las

Simplifying expressions: double object pronouns • Placement of double object pronouns 1. before the

Simplifying expressions: double object pronouns • Placement of double object pronouns 1. before the conjugated verb 2. attached to the infinitive or participle* * only if an infinitive or participle is present • • He bought the gift for my brother. He bought it for him in the airport. • • Él compró el regalo a mi hermano. (Le) Se lo compró en el aeropuerto.

Double object pronouns: Puntos especiales • Double object pronouns § attach double object pronouns

Double object pronouns: Puntos especiales • Double object pronouns § attach double object pronouns to an infinitive or present participle § it is always optional to place object pronouns before the conjugated verb • • I’m going to buy it (the ticket) for her. Voy a comprárselo. or • Se lo voy a comprar.

Actividad 9 -14: ¿Qué hicieron Manny y Teri en Cuba? 1. Subraya el objeto

Actividad 9 -14: ¿Qué hicieron Manny y Teri en Cuba? 1. Subraya el objeto directo y haz un círculo alrededor del objeto indirecto. Después, sustitúyelos con los pronombres de objeto directo e indirecto. MODELO >>¿Venden los agentes de viajes los boletos a los turistas? se _______ los >>Sí, _____ venden. • ¡Termínalo en el texto!