Slow Spanish Dialogues - Direct Object Pronouns  

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Dialogue 1

The Spanish direct object pronouns are used to substitute for direct objects.

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

David e Iveth arreglándose para ir a un concierto…

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David: ¡No encuentro los tickets de entrada!
I don't find the tickets to enter!
(I can't find the admission tickets!)

Iveth: Yo los tengo.
I have them.

David: ¿Y el dinero?
A the money?

Iveth: Lo tengo también.
I have it also.

David: ¿Dónde están las llaves del carro?
Where are the car keys?

Iveth: Aquí las llevo en mi cartera.
Here I carry them in my purse.

David: Bueno, ahora busco mi chaqueta.
Good, now I'm looking for my jacket.

Iveth: Eh.. bueno, también la llevo puesta.
Eh...well, I am also wearing it.


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