Posted by liz on Thursday, September 27, 2007 at 9:04am.
Hi thanks for the help?
Which are the correct indirect pronouns for the following: me te le nos les
1. El camarero va a traer ____ la cuenta a mi papa
2. A mi hermana Elena _____ encanta el flan
3. a mi ____ gustan las papitas
4. A ti ___ gusta el jamon
Spanish SO confused - GuruBlue, Thursday, September 27, 2007 at 9:21am
This site will help you. Repost with your answers and we will see if you are correct.
Spanish SO confused - SraJMcGin, Thursday, September 27, 2007 at 10:59am
¡Hola! GuruBlue gave you a wonderful site about Indirect Object Pronouns. The only thing not clearly stated is that the following words will either be stated or clearly understood in identifying an Indirect-Object Pronoun:
to, for, at, from
Me dio el libro. He gave me the book. (Here it's more difficult perhaps to identify the IDO. This restated statement makes it FAR easier: He gave the book TO me.
When you ask WHO gave the book = subject
WHAT did he give = Direct Object
TO WHOM did he give = Indirect Object Pronoun.
*Also on this site, note the blue lines below. You can also go to the Review of Direct Object Pronouns and then Indirect and Direct used together!
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