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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

Matching

Match the objects with their appropriate pronouns. i.e. Da la guitarra a Paco--Se la da.

15. Da la chaqueta a mí.
a.Te las da.
b.Se la da.
c.Me la da.
d.Nos lo da.
e.Se los da.
f.Os los da

16. Da los coches/carros/autos a María.
a.Te las da.
b.Se la da.
c.Me la da.
d.Nos lo da.
e.Se los da.
f.Os los da

17. Da el perro a nosotros.
a.Te las da.
b.Se la da.
c.Me la da.
d.Nos lo da.
e.Se los da.
f.Os los da

18. Da esos a vosotros.
a.Te las da.
b.Se la da.
c.Me la da.
d.Nos lo da.
e.Se los da.
f.Os los da

19. Da ella a los leones.
a.Te las da.
b.Se la da.
c.Me la da.
d.Nos lo da.
e.Se los da.
f.Os los da

20. Da las pinturas a ti.
a.Te las da.
b.Se la da.
c.Me la da.
d.Nos lo da.
e.Se los da.
f.Os los da

my answers:
11)a 12)a 13)b 14)a 15)a 16)c 17e 18)a 19)b 20)e

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  1. no need to answer this for me. i got it :]

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  2. María, it's still a good idea to ask me for a "review" BEFORE you attempt these exercises.

    #11 = b. The Indirect-Object Pronoun always comes before the Direct-Object Pronoun. Me lo da = He gives it (direct object) to me (indirect-object pronoun)

    #12 = All object pronouns come before a conjugated verb EXCEPT with an affirmative command. With a gerund (-ndo) or infinitive you have a choice, either in front of the conjugated verb or after the -ndo and/or infinitive, worrying about accent marks so the pronunciation is correct.

    #13 = correct. Se ONLY replaces le, les.

    #15 is c. "a mí" gives it away that you need "me."

    #16 is e. = "a Marîa" tells it is "le" which becomes "se" when followed by "los."

    #17 is d. "a nosotros" clearly states "nos."

    #18 is f. "a vosotros" clearly states "os."

    #19 is b. "a ellos" states "les" which becomes "se" when followed by la.

    #20 is a. "a te" clarifies "te."

    What on earth made you think you "got it?"

    Sra

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  3. ooh so those give hints
    what i mean is that
    for vosotors its os and like that..
    i didn't catch that
    thank you

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