Double Object Pronouns - include  

Spanish Pronouns Double Object Pronouns

Yo necesito el dinero.
I need the money.
Yo lo necesito.
I need it.
Yo tengo el dinero.
I have the money.
Yo no tengo el dinero.
I don't have the money.
Yo no lo tengo.
I don't have it.
¿ Tienes el dinero?
Do you have the money?
¿ Lo tienes?
Do you have it?
María dice que ella tiene el dinero.
Mary says that she has the money.
María dice que ella me puede prestar el dinero.
Mary says that she can lend me the money.
María dice que ella me lo puede prestar.
Mary says that she can lend it to me.
Yo te voy a prestar el dinero.
I am going to lend you the money.
Yo te lo voy a prestar.
I am going to lend it to you.
Juan dice que él necesita el dinero.
John says that he needs the money.
Yo le voy a prestar el dinero.
I am going to lend the money to him.
Yo se lo voy a prestar.
I am going to lend it to him.
Nosotros necesitamos el dinero.
We need the money.
Remember that "le" ("to him") changes to "se" when it is followed by "lo" ("it").
Nosotros vamos a necesitar el dinero mañana.
We are going to need the money tomorrow.
Nosotros tenemos que comprar los boletos para el partido de fútbol.
We have to buy the tickets for the soccer game.
¿ Sabes si María nos puede prestar el dinero?
Do you know if Mary can lend us the money?
Nosotros no podemos comprar los boletos porque nosotros no tenemos el dinero.
We can't buy the tickets because we don't have the money.
¿ Sabes si María nos lo puede prestar?
Do you know if Mary can lend it to us?.
Juan dice que él no puede comprar los boletos porque él no tiene el dinero.
John says that he can't buy the tickets because he doesn't have the money.
¿ Le puedes prestar el dinero?
Can you lend the money to him?
¿ Se lo puedes prestar?
Can you lend it to him?
Los muchachos no tienen el dinero para comprar los boletos.
The boys don't have the money to buy the tickets.
Remember that we put "for" ("para") in front of an infinitive (an "R" form) when it expresses purpose.
Los muchachos no pueden comprar los boletos porque ellos no tienen el dinero.
The boys can't buy the tickets because they don't have the money.
Nosotros les podemos prestar el dinero.
We can lend them the money.
Nosotros se lo podemos prestar.
We can lend it to them.

Notice that "les" changes to "se" when followed by "lo", just like "le" does.

Yo no tengo los boletos.
I don't have the tickets.
Yo no los tengo.
I don't have them.
Yo les tengo que prestar el dinero a los muchachos porque ellos van a comprar los boletos.
I have to lend the money to the boys because they are going to buy the tickets.
Yo se los tengo que prestar.
I have to lend it to them.
¿ Les puedes prestar el dinero?
Can you lend them the money?
¿ Se los puedes prestar?
Can you lend it to them?
Yo no sé si María les puede prestar el dinero a los muchachos.
I don't know if Mary can lend the boys the money.
Yo no sé si María se lo puede prestar.
I don't know if Mary can lend it to them.
¿ Sabes si María les va a prestar el dinero a los muchachos?
Do you know if Mary is going to lend the boys the money?
¿ Sabes si María se lo va a prestar?
Do you know if Mary is going to lend it to them?
Nosotros les vamos a tener que prestar el dinero a los muchachos.
We are going to have to lend the money to the boys.
Nosotros se los vamos a tener que prestar.
We are going to have to lend it to them.
¿ Sabes si los muchachos tienen el dinero para comprar los boletos?
Do you know if the boys have the money to buy the tickets?
Yo no sé si ellos lo tienen.
I don't know if they have it.
María dice que ella no sabe si los muchachos van a poder comprar los boletos.
Mary says that she doesn't know if the boys are going to be able to buy the tickets.
María dice que ella no sabe si los muchachos tienen el dinero para comprar los boletos.
Mary says that she doesn't know if the boys have the money to buy the tickets.
Yo creo que ellos van a comprar los boletos mañana.
I think that they are going to buy the tickets tomorrow.
Yo creo que ellos los van a comprar mañana.
I think that they are going to buy them tomorrow.
Los muchachos no pueden comprar los boletos ahora porque ellos no tienen el dinero.
The boys can't buy the tickets now because they don't have the money.
Los muchachos dicen que ellos no los pueden comprar ahora porque ellos no tienen el dinero.
The boys say that they can't buy them now because they don't have the money.
¿ Sabes si los muchachos van a poder comprar los boletos hoy?
Do you know if the boys are going to be able to buy the tickets today?
Yo no sé si los muchachos los van a poder comprar hoy.
I don't know if the boys are going to be able to buy them today.
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