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Indirect before direct
me, te, le(se), nos, os, les(se)
+ lo, la, los, las
le, les when used together with direct object pronouns.
Teri le compro' un regalo a su hermano.
Teri bought a gift for her brother.
She bought it for him yesterday in the airport.
Se lo compro' ayer en el aeropuerto.
She also bought a shirt for her mother.
Tambie'n le compro' una camiseta a su madre.
Teri bought it for her in a store downtown.Teri wants to buy
Teri se la compro' en una tienda en el centro.
In a sentence with an infinitive or a present participle, pronouns-
pronouns may be placed before conjugated verbs or attached to the infinitive or present participle.
Teri wants to buy Humberto a hat.
Teri quiere comprarle un sombrero a Humberto.
She's going to but it for him today.
Se lo va a comprar hoy.
-or- Va a compra'rselo hoy.
She's buying it for him now.
Se lo esta' comprando ahora.
-or- Esta' compra'ndoselo ahora.
Affirmative commands, pronouns -
must be attached to the command form. when two pronouns are attached, an accent mark is written over the stressed vowel.
Teri, buy it for him in that store.
Teri, co'mpraselo en esa tienda.