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I. Rewrite each sentence by replacing the direct object in quotation marks with a direct object pronoun [me, te, lo, la, nos, los, las].

Ejemplo:

No conozco "al jefe del departamento." --> No lo conozco.

1. Esa compañía vende "casas nuevas".
Esa compañía las vende

2. Su secretario escribe "los puntos importantes".
Su secretario los escribe

3. Nuestro director sabe "la verdad".
Nuestro director la sabe

II. Rewrite each sentence by replacing the direct object in quotation marks with a direct object pronoun [me, te, lo, la, nos, los, las]. You may choose either position for the pronoun.

Ejemplo:

Quiero vender "la empresa." --> La quiero vender OR Quiero venderla.

1. Necesitas buscar "la oficina".
La necesitas buscar

2. Prefiero comprar "esos productos".
Los prefiero comprar

3. Tienen que preparar "el reporte"
Lo tienen que preparar

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