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02 Direct Objects (part 2)

Hola.  In this video lesson we’re talking about complementos directos.  We use these to talk about objects and people in Spanish when those are the object of the verb.  If you’re still a little confused, watch the video.  😉

Leave any comments or questions below!

Vocabulario:

verbos (verbs):
ayudar – to help
++ayudamos – we help, we helped
++ayudaba – s/he used to help
amar – to love
++ ama – s/he loves
besar – to kiss
++   besaste – you kissed
comer – to eat
++     comí – I ate
comprar – to buy
++     compró – s/he bought
conocer – to know (someone, place)
++     conozco – I know
++     conoces – you know
cortar – to cut
decir – to say, to tell
++     dije – I said
++     dijo – s/he said
despertar – to wake up
++     despierto – I wake up
++    despiertas – you wake up
estar – to be
++     está dormida – she is asleep
++     están – they are
++     estuve – I was
hablar – to talk
invitar – to invite
++    invita – s/he invites
++    invité – I invited
ir – to go
++     vas – you go / you are going
++     fui – I went
++     fuiste – you went
jugar – to play
++    jugando al béisbol – playing baseball
lastimarse – to hurt oneself
++     me lastimé – I hurt myself / I hurt my ___.
lavar – to wash
++     lava – s/he washes
++     lavó – s/he washed
llamar – to call
++     llamo – I call
llegar – to arrive
++     llegué – I arrived
necesitar – to need
++     necesita – s/he needs
pensar (en) – to think (about)
++    piensas – you think
poder – can, to be able
++     puedo – I can
++     podemos – we can, we are able
poner – to put, to place, to set
++     puse – I put
querer – to want, to love (a person)
++    quieres – you want; you love (a person)
saber – to know
++    sabemos – we know
ser – to be
++     es – s/he is; it is
++     era – I was / s/he was
tener – to have
++     tengo – I have
++     tienes – you have
tomar – to take
visitar – to visit
++     visita – s/he visits
ver – to see
++     vi – I saw
++     viste – you saw
++     vimos – we saw

sustantivos (nouns)
anoche – lastnight
el brazo – arm
el número de teléfono – phone number
el hermano – brother
el partido de béisbol – the baseball game
el pasto – grass
el plátano – banana
el refri – fridge
el tiempo libre – free time
la abuela – the grandmother
la cebolla – onion
la cena – dinner
la fiesta – party
la flor – flower
la hermana – sister
la iglesia – church
la mamá – mom
la medicina – medicine
la mesa – table
la muchacha – the girl
la película – movie
la ropa – clothes
la tarea de matemáticas – math homework
la vida – life
mañana – tomorrow
un día – one day
viernes – Friday

otro (other)
¿cuándo? – when
¿dónde? – where
¿por qué? – why
¿quién? – who

a las ___ – at [time]
a ver – let’s see
de nuevo – again
después de – after
durante – during
en – in
eso – that
este / esta – this
gracias – thanks
guapo – handsome
inteligente – smart, intelligent
más – more
mucho – a lot
muy – very
nuestro – our
nuevo – new
pero – but
propio – own
que – that
realmente – really
siempre – always
su(s) – his, her, their, your (formal), your (plural)
te ves muy bien – you look really good
tan – so
tanto – so much
tarde – late
temprano – early
todavía – still
tu(s) – your
un poco – a little (bit)
¿verdad? – right?
ya – already

Related video(s):

  1. Direct Objects (part 1): lo, la, los, las
  2. ♫ Direct Objects SONG! ♫!
  3. Direct Objects (part 3): Attaching Direct Objects
  4. Indirect Objects
  5. ♫Indirect objects SONG! ♫!
  6. Double Object Pronouns Explanation
  7. Double Object Pronouns Practice #1
  8. Double Object Pronouns Practice #2
  9. Double Object Pronouns Practice #3
  10. Double Object Pronouns Practice #4

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12 Comments

Aaron
Aug 4, 2011 at 3:16 am

Señor Jordan, you have a knack for teaching Spanish and simplifying it for us. Very nice video tutorial on Direct Objects, Part 2. You make it very clear for those learning, where the subject, direct object, and verb must go, as demonstrated in your first example: Si. Lo tengo.

It’s nice to see you distinguish objects (lo, la, los, las) versus people (me, te, lo, la, nos, los, las). Great vocab list. By the way, I’m a fan of the description photos. Great job!


 
Kyle
Aug 5, 2011 at 8:39 am

Sr. Jordan,
Does “se” ever come into play here? I am confused by the wide use of “se”


 
Kyle
Aug 6, 2011 at 12:03 pm

Is it possible for you to write the dialogs with the vocabulary so that we can continue to study them after the video is over?
Gracias


 
Crystal
Aug 19, 2011 at 8:37 am

great lesson!!


 
khushi
Sep 12, 2011 at 7:47 am

i appreciate ur videos and style of teaching…can u plz teach me spanish??


 
Chu@LearningSpanish
Oct 2, 2011 at 11:03 am

Thank you Senor Jordan, you make learning Spanish so much fun and easy.


 
Riky
Nov 8, 2011 at 7:47 pm

Dear Señor Jordan,

You are an awesome teacher but I have a question. My Spanish teacher said that the Indirect Object Pronoun for El, Ella, y Usted was Le and that for Ellos, Ellas, and Ustedes it was Les. In your video, you said it was lo, la, Los, and las. We learned those to be the Direct Object Pronouns. Maybe what both of you are teaching are the same thing, or maybe not. I am kind of confused so can you help me.


 
Gerald
Apr 3, 2012 at 3:53 am

Great video. Thanks for your effort. It is much appreciated.


 
Spanishplans
Apr 8, 2012 at 7:24 pm

Very clear video on direct objects. Much better video than what comes with our school’s textbook. Hope to show it to my students soon.


 
Profe
Apr 12, 2012 at 12:19 pm

ME ENCANTAN TUS CLASES SEÑOR JORDAN, y las uso como explicaciones y vocabulario extra con mis alumnos. I´m currently teaching this lesson to my 8th graders, and I clicked on the comments out of curiosity.
I´m going to answer to 2 questions, since I don´t know they got their response:

-> To Ricky, you´re confusing INDIRECT with DIRECT OBJECT PRONOUNS. You might already have figured that one at this point, but thought to explain it anyhow. LE/s are indirect. LO, LA, LOS and LAS are direct.

-> To Kyle, SE is a REFLEXIVE pronoun. Check that lesson out, and sure you´ll get the difference.

GRACIAS Sr Jordan. I originally ´´found´´ you when I came across you´re Feliz Navidad video last December, and now you get to be often´´present´´in my classes (español 5th-8th)
Profe Pradas


 
Carmen Feliciano
Feb 24, 2014 at 12:32 pm

Sr. Jordan:

Buenas tardes. Por casualidad, tiene sus videos en http://www.schooltube.com? No puedo accesar sus videos desde youtube.com en mi escuela. Esta bloqueado. Tampoco nos permiten usar un convertidor de video para poder mostrarlos en nuestras salas de clases. Ha pensado en tener los videos aqui disponibles para que sean accesados desde las escuelas?

Que pase un buen dia.

Mrs. Feliciano


 
mab
Nov 6, 2014 at 2:05 pm

I think what you’ve got going on here is great!!


 

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