What are the 4 indirect object pronouns in Spanish?

What are the 4 types of pronouns in Spanish?

In Spanish, there are four forms for each pronoun: singular masculine, singular feminine, plural masculine and plural feminine. And for possessive pronouns, they are always used with “the” (which also must match one of the four forms – el, la, los and las).

What are the indirect object pronouns?

Indirect object pronouns

Subject Pronoun Object Pronoun
I me
you you
he/she/they/it him/her/them/it
we us

What are the 5 pronouns in Spanish?

The Spanish subject pronouns are: yo, tú, él, ella, usted in the singular, and nosotros/nosotras, vosotros/vosotras, ellos/ellas, ustedes in the plural. Don’t use the subject pronouns (other than usted and ustedes) with verbs except for emphasis or clarity. Make sure you choose the correct form of the verb.

How many pronouns are in Spanish?

The 12 Personal Subject Pronouns of Spanish.

What are the four direct object pronouns Spanish?

The Spanish direct object pronouns are: me, te, lo, la in the singular, and nos, os, los, las in the plural.

What do direct object pronouns replace in Spanish?

Just like subject pronouns replace the subject noun in a sentence, direct object pronouns replace the direct object noun in a sentence, which can be a person, thing, noun phrase, or nominalized clause.

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How do you change a direct object pronoun to a direct object?

Direct object pronoun placement

When you change a direct object to a pronoun, the direct object pronoun must be moved in front of the conjugated form of the verb. If the sentence is negative, the no or other negative word will precede the direct object pronoun.