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Hi, I am somewhat confused on the direct/indirect objects in Spanish. No one can help me, so hopefully someone can on Yahoo Answers. These answers are supposed to be preterit, and I don't have a spanish keyboard (so just assume accents when needed). The directions are answer with pronouns. 1. Te hablo Eduardo de la fiesta? My answer: Si, el me la hable. 2. Te invito a la fiesta? My answer: Si, el me la invito. 3. Te llamo por telefono? My answer: Si, me lo llame. 4. Aceptaste la invitacion? My answer: Si, me la acepte. 5. Le compraste un regalo? My answer: Si, se lo compre. 6. Donde compraste el regalo? My answer: Lo compre a la tienda. 7. Que le compraste? My answer: Le compro un regalo. Please tell me the ones I got wrong (even if all of them). I don't think I understand this concept, so I need help with this. I even spent hours trying to figure this out. Thank you very much
YOUR ANSWERS HAS SOME MISTAKES, Athens CAPITAL LETTER IS THE CORRECTION! 1. Te hablÓ Eduardo de la fiesta? My answer: Si, Él me la hablÓ. 2. Te invitÓ a la fiesta? My answer: Si, el me invitÓ. 3. Te llamÓ por telefono? My answer: Si, me llamÓ. 4. Aceptaste la invitaciÓn? My answer: Si, la aceptÉ. 5. Le compraste un regalo? My answer: Si, LE comprÉ. 6. Donde compraste el regalo? My answer: Lo comprÉ EN la tienda. 7. Que le compraste? ---> WHAT DID YOU BUY HIM? (YOU HAVE TO SAY THE THING THAT YOU BUY, EXAMPLE A CD, A T-SHIRT, ETC) My answer: Le comprÉ __________
1. wrong form of the verb. You have given the subject as él, but used the yo form of the verb. Your use of objects is correct. No. Do NOT put two pronouns. Me invitó a la fiesta. (and I can teach you how to put on the accents, if you want to have a permanent way to do so). Sooooooo, skip the prepositional thing, you clearly haven't gotten to that lesson yet. 2. Your d.o. is correct, put a la fiesta back into the sentence. 3. no prep phrase in this one at all...lose the lo. 4. There is no me in this one. THAT would make it reflexive, and...well, not a reflexive verb...you don´t generally accept yourself, even in Spanish. 5. yup. THAT is an indirect object. 6. yup. 7. wrong verb form. right i.o. make regalo into a d.o. pronoun. Not too bad. You´ll get the hang of it.
1. si, el me habló 2. si, el me invitó 3.si el me llamó 4. si, la acepté 5 si se lo compre 6. lo compre en la tienda 7. le compre un regalo
He's pronouncing "le llames" considering that's an extra manner of claiming the equal. When you seek advice from "male" items you assert "lo llames" and whilst you seek advice from "feminine" item you assert "los angeles llames", however you'll be able to substitute los angeles and lo with le, that's like neuter. If I say "Quiero que le llames" is like I say "I wish you to name it" however it will probably refer both a person, a lady or an item. Hope that is priceless :)
1.Te habló[the accent is needed for past tense] Sí él me lo habló 2. te invitó...Sí me lo invitó 3. te llamó ..Sí me llamó.. 4.Sí lo acepté 5. sí lo compré 6. lo compré 7. Compré un regalo