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Name the 5 Indirect Object Pronouns.
me, te, le, nos, les
See Ch 6.2 p 164
Indirect Object Pronouns must agree in ___ and [also/doesn't] agree(s)with the corresponding noun in gender.
number, doesn't
See Ch 6.2 p 164
Reflexive pronouns generallly appear [before/after] a conjugated verb.
before
See Ch 7.1 p 188
In relation to verbs, reflexive pronouns may be attached to the __ form or to the ___ __
infinitive, present participle
See Ch 7.1 p 188
There are 2 ways to form negative sentences in Spanish. You can place [the negative word/no] before the verb, or you can place [the negative word/no] before the verb and the [the negative word/no] after the [the negative word/no].
negative word,verb,negative word, verb
See Ch 7.2 p 192
Before a masculine noun, ___ & __ are shortened to...
alguno & ninguno-algún & ningún
See Ch 7.2 p 192
Because they refer to __ alguien & nadie are often used with the personal __.
people, a
See Ch 7.2 p 192