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I (subject)
yo (omit when clear)
you - informal (subject)
tú (omit when clear)
yous - formal (subject)
ustedes (omit when clear)
None
her (subject)
ella (omit when clear)
him (subject)
el (omit when clear)
us (subject)
nosotros (omit when clear)
yous - informal (subject)
vosotros (Spain only) (omit when clear)
yous - formal (subject)
ustedes (omit when clear)
them (subject)
ellos/ellas (omit when clear)
omission of subject pronoun
always omit unless emphasis is needed
me (direct object)
me
you - informal (direct object)
te
you - formal (direct object)
lo/la
him (direct object)
lo
her (direct object)
la
them (direct object)
los/las
us (direct object)
nos
yous - informal (direct object)
os
yous - formal (direct object)
los/las
position of direct object pronoun
precede verb but follow and are concatenated to the verb for infinitive, affirmitive command, and gerund (Vamos a comprarlos)
me (indirect object)
me
you - informal (indirect object)
te
you - formal (indirect object)
le
him (indirect object)
le
her (indirect object)
le
them (indirect object)
les
us (indirect object)
nos
yous - informal (indirect object)
os
yous - formal (indirect object)
les
disambiguate indirect object
to disambiguate 'le/les' ad '...a {preposition pronoun}' (example: Le doy el dinero a él)
two object pronouns
When two object pronouns are used, the indirect precedes the direct. Le/les changes to 'se' when used with another third person object. Example: Se lo di (I gave it to him). To disambiguate: Se lo di a él.
Define 'indirect object'
Tells to whom or for whom the action of the verb is done and who is receiving the direct object. There must be a direct object to have an indirect object.