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Direct Object Pronouns
Direct Object pronouns
Me         Me            nos         us

Te     You (fam.
         sing.)
Lo    him, it (m.),      los     you (form.
      you (form.               Pl.), them (m.,
         sing.)                     m. + f.)
La   her, it (f.), you   las    you (form.
      (form. sing.)            Pl.), them (f.)
Replaces a direct object noun
• Yo pateo la pelota.
  – Yo la pateo.
• Ellos mandan a Carlos al campamento.
  – Ellos lo mandan al campamento.
  – Ellos no lo mandan al campamento este verano.
With –ing, Infinitives and Affirmative
              Commands
• Nosotros te queremos amar.
• Nosotros queremos amarte.

• Ellas las están comiendo.
• Ellas están comiéndolas.

• Mándenlo, por favor.     But
• No lo manden, por favor.

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6-Direct object pronouns

  • 2. Direct Object pronouns Me Me nos us Te You (fam. sing.) Lo him, it (m.), los you (form. you (form. Pl.), them (m., sing.) m. + f.) La her, it (f.), you las you (form. (form. sing.) Pl.), them (f.)
  • 3. Replaces a direct object noun • Yo pateo la pelota. – Yo la pateo. • Ellos mandan a Carlos al campamento. – Ellos lo mandan al campamento. – Ellos no lo mandan al campamento este verano.
  • 4. With –ing, Infinitives and Affirmative Commands • Nosotros te queremos amar. • Nosotros queremos amarte. • Ellas las están comiendo. • Ellas están comiéndolas. • Mándenlo, por favor. But • No lo manden, por favor.