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Indirect and Double Objects

Indirect and Double Objects

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Miniprueba Rudy Maxa + los objetos directos
The direct object is the noun or
pronoun that the verb actsdirectly on.The indirect object is the
person affected by the
action buy not acted directlyupon.
I writethe message.Escriboel mensaje.
I write the message
to my boss.
Escribo el mensajea mi jefe.The message is what was written/influenced by/acted onby the verb.
My boss was eventually involved, but the verb didn’t
directly affect or contact him.
These generally translate to “to
a person
or “for
a person
me, to me, for mete
to/for you
to you/Usted, to
him, to her (for Ud.,him her)nos
to/for us
to/for ustedes (Uds.), to/for
themLike the direct object pronouns, these go directly beforeconjugated verbs.With compound verbs, they go before the entire verb orafter and attached to the last word (the infinitive).

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