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what are the direct object pronouns in the following sentence

Buena, hoy hacemos una ensalada de frutas, con naranjas, un melon y uvas. vamos a sazonarla con jengibre y menta. Aqui tengo las naranjas las he pelado y las voy a cortar en rodajas.

  • spanish - ,

    la tacked on to the end of the infinitve verb. Both of the occurences of las. Start to be thinking of to what these must be refering. What does a direct object do in English in relation with the verb?

  • spanish - ,

    These are direct objects:
    (English) me = (Spanish) me
    you = te
    him = lo
    it (masculine singular noun) = lo
    her = la
    it (feminine singular noun) = la
    you (formal singular) = lo (masc.) or la (fem.)

    us = nos
    you (familiar plural) = os
    them (masculine or masculine & feminine mixed) = los
    them (feminine only) = las
    you-all = los or las

    These do NOT have stated or understood "to, for, at, from"


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