|What happens if you have both a direct and indirect object pronoun in the same sentence?||My mom buys the car. |
My mom buys me the car
My mom buys it for me.
|My mom buys me the car. |
My mom buys FOR WHOM?
My mom buys WHAT?
|Word order?||The indirect object pronoun goes before the direct object pronoun. |
(Don’t forget you I.D.)
|How tojQuery1520026848764006489056_1313325681765||1. Conjugate verb |
Mi mamá compra
2. Double object pronouns
for whom=for me ME
what=the car LO
3. Pronouns still go before verb or attached to the “r” on an infinitive
Mi mamá me lo compra.
4. Clarify/emphasize adding “a” and the person who receive the benefit.
Mi mamá me lo compra a mí.
|BOBO rule?||“Le lo”’s a no no, |
you’ll sound like a bobo.
You cannot place the pronouns le or les next to lo/la. Instead replace the le/les with SE (but this is a different “se” than the reflexive pronouns).
We bought the car for them.
|Practice||1. My mom bought the dresses for the girls. |
2. He brought me the homework.
3. They gave her 20 dollars.
|Las Respuestas||1.Mi mamá se los compró. |
2.Él me la trajo.
3. Ellos se lo dieron.