Spanish Direct Object Pronouns  

Spanish 101 Direct Object Pronouns
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We can use direct object pronouns in place of direct objects.

Direct Object Pronouns
me me
te you
lo him, it, you (formal)
la her, it, you (formal)
nos us
os you all (familiar)
los them, you all (formal)
las them, you all (formal)

Direct Object Pronouns can go before the verb...

Nosotros lavamos el carro.
      We wash the car.
     Nosotros lo lavamos.
      We wash it.

Nosotros lavamos los carros.
      We wash the cars.
     Nosotros los lavamos.
      We wash them.

... or after the verb.

Nosotros queremos ver a Susana en
      la cafetería.

       We want to see Susana in the cafeteria.
      Nosotros queremos verla en la cafetería.
       We want to see her in the cafeteria.

¿Puede oírme?
      Can you hear me? (formal)
¿Quieres que pasemos a verte?
      Do you want us to pass by and see you?
Quieres que pasemos a verte.
      You want us to pass by to see you.
Sí. Lo oímos.
      Yes. We hear it.
Yo la tengo.
      I have it.

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