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4. ¿Qué pasa? ¿No me oyes?
A) si, te oigo.
B) si, les oigo.
C) no, no se oigo.
D) no, no me oigo.

7. Le compro un regalo para mi hermana.
A) se la compro esta tarde.
B) me lo compro esta tarde
C) te las compro esta tarde.
D) se lo compro esta tarde.

9. Te debo cinco centavos. ¿Cuándo puedo pagár____?
A) telos
B) te los
c) selas
D) me los

11. Direct object pronouns always come before the indirect object pronouns.
a.true
b.false

12. The object pronouns can come before and after verbs depending on how they are or are not
conjugated.
a.true
b.false

13. Se replaces all of the indirect object pronouns when they come before the la, lo, los, or las direct object pronouns.
a.true
b.false

14. Indirect object pronouns receive the action of the verb.
a.true
b.false

My Answers:
4)A
7)D
9)A
11)B
12)A
13)B
14)B

  • Spanish - ,

    14. Perhaps I don't understand the question but one of the following words is always either stated or understood: to, for, at, from. For clarification one can add a prepositional phrase: a él/a ellos, etc.

    Thinking it over you MUST be correct, because the direct object IS the receiver of the action.

    ¡excelente!

    Sra

  • Spanish - ,

    P.S. Let me show you why I was confused by the English question:

    El complemento indirecto también se puede llamar objeto indirecto, y se puede definir como el elemento de la oración que recibe la acción del verbo en segundo lugar, o lo que es lo mismo, que recibe esa acción una vez que ésta ha pasado ya por las manos del complemento directo, que es el primero en la escala jerárquica de los complementos del verbo.

    So what I learned was that the indirect object pronoun DOES receive the action of the verb, BUT "secondly" so the direct-object receives it first! Thank you for helping me understand the English terminology better!

    Sra

  • Spanish - ,

    Thank you!!!!! Sorry about the terminology of question 14. Did Ii get the other questions correct???

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