5.4: Direct object nouns and pronouns Flashcards Preview

Spanish: Week 1: Review > 5.4: Direct object nouns and pronouns > Flashcards

Flashcards in 5.4: Direct object nouns and pronouns Deck (12):
1

When a direct object noun in Spanish is a person or a pet, it is preceded by the word _, which is known as the personal _. There is no English equivalent for this construction.

a; a

2

me

direct object pronoun

me

3

te

direct object pronoun

you (fam.)

4

lo

direct object pronoun

you (m., form.)
him; it (m.)

5

la

direct object pronoun

you (f., form.)
she; it (f.)

6

nos

direct object pronoun

us

7

os

direct object pronoun

you (pl., fam.)

8

los

direct object pronoun

you (pl., m., form.)
them (m.)

9

las

direct object pronoun

you (pl., f., form.)
them (f.)

10

When the verb is an infinitive construction, the direct object pronoun can be placed ______ the conjugated form or ________ to the infinitive.

before; attached

11

When the verb is in the present progressive, the direct object pronoun can be placed ______ the conjugated form or ________ to the present participle (with an accent mark added to maintain the proper stress).

before; attached

12

In affirmative sentences, direct object pronouns generally appear ______ the conjugated verb. In negative sentences, direct object pronouns are placed between the word __ and the verb.

before; no