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02 Direct Objects (parte 3): attaching Direct Objects

Hola.  In this video lesson we’ll be talking about Direct Objects (me, te, lo, la, nos, los, las) again.  It turns out that not only can they go before the verb phrase, but we can also put them in different places sometimes.

Leave any questions or comments below.  Enjoy!

Vocabulario:

sustantivos:
abuelos – granparents
basura – trash
compadre – buddy
dinero – money
el carro – car
el puré – purée
el restaurante – restaurant
espinacas – spinach
horas – hours
la bicicleta – bicycle
la comida – food
la tienda – store
papitas – chips, fries
libro – book
la abuelita – little grandma / little old lady
la pelota – ball
la tele – tv
niño – boy, child
novia – girlfriend
ojos – eyes
un besito – a little kiss

verbos:
alcanzar – to reach; get to
apagar – to turn off
++apagamos – we turn off
acaba de – s/he just (did something)
besar – to kiss
caerse – to fall down
++me caí – I fell down
cambiar – to change
cocinar – to cook
comer – to eat
++estoy comiendo – I am eating (right now)
++está comiendo – s/he is ealing (right now)
comprar – to buy
dar – to give
++das – you give
deber – should
++debo – I should
dejar de – to stop (doing something)
encontrar – to find
estar – to be
++está – s/he / it is
++estaba – s/he was
fumar – to smoke
hacer – to do; make
++hago – I do; make
++hace – s/he does; makes
hay – there is / there are
ir – to go
++vamos – we go
++va – s/he goes
leer – to read
levantar – to lift
limpiar – to clean
++estamos limpiando – we are cleaning (right now)
llegar – to arrive
++llega – s/he arrives
lograr – to succeed
++lograste – you succeeded
mirar – to watch
++estaba mirando – s/he was watching
pasar – to happen
++pasó – it happened
poder – to be able; can
puedo – I can
++puedes – you can
++pude – I could
++pudiste – you could
querer – to want
++quiero – I want
++quieren – they want
saber – to know
++ – I know
sacar – to take
ser – to be
++es – s/he is
++era – s/he was
sonreír – to smile
te gusta – you like
tener que – to have (to do something)
terminar – to end
++terminó – s/he / it ended
traer – to bring
++traigo – I bring
tratar de – to try (to do something)
++trataba de – s/he tried (to do something)
ver – to see

otro:
a – to
aburrido – bored / boring
allí – there
antes de – before
bien – well
con – with
cuando – when
de – of, from
en – in, on
esos – those
este – this
mucho – a lot
muy – very
nadie – no one
no – no
para – for
pero – but
por – for
porque – because
pues – well
puesto que – since, because
qué – what
que – that
rápido – fast
– yes
siempre – always
su – his/her/your/their
sucio – dirty
tu(s) – your
todo – every
y – and
ya – already
ya no – no longer

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  7. Double Object Pronouns Practice #1
  8. Double Object Pronouns Practice #2
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  10. Double Object Pronouns Practice #4

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4 Comments

zhenya malakhov
Jan 3, 2012 at 2:09 am

Hola!! Buenos videos me das, yo lo aprendo continuamente, y todo dependiende de la grammatica, siga hacer lo mas, espero llegar este verano al otros paises buscar el trabajo que relasionada con espanol , y seria mejor si inventes la empresa que da un trabajo en Mexico or Latina America para practicar la ideoma:) para la vacassiones.
Si visitaras a Moscu o S peterborgo, Me escribe un mensaje, te aydare no gastar mucho.

Gracias,
Saludos


 
Ybbil Yoj
Jan 10, 2012 at 11:21 am

Hola Senor Jordan
Yo gracias tu para todo tu hacer. !Puedo hacer mucho mas con tu la ayuda!
Gracias!
Ybbil Yoj


 
Randy
Apr 28, 2012 at 6:54 pm

I just got back from Puebla, Mexico. I was there learning Spanish for three weeks. We discussed direct objects and we covered (briefly)the subjunctive. I see lots of folks thank you for all you do; add me to the list.


 
Ed
Oct 17, 2013 at 11:59 am

Jeremy,
Apagamos a la tele porque nadie estaba mirandola.
I was taught that there should be a “no” before estaba…”porque nadie NO estaba mirandolo.” Yes? No? Maybe?


 

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