Direct Objects of the Verb

Personal-Pronoun 'Tags'

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Part 1 - Lesson


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Part 2 - Practice & Vocabulary


MATCHING

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TRY A PAST TENSE:

TRY THE FUTURE OR CONDITIONAL:

TRY AN OVERVIEW:

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PRONOUN 'TAGS' ALONG WITH THE VERB

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PRONOUN 'TAGS' WITHOUT THE VERB

Because the pronoun 'tag' does not complete the verb, it is also used alone (i.e., outside the context of a sentence) as a short answer.

In this exchange, the first answer is using the verb, and the second is not.

- ¿A quién invitamos? (Whom are we inviting?)

- Lo invitamos a él.

- ¿¿¿A quién???

- ¡¡¡A él!!!

Likewise, the personal pronoun "lo" couldn't be used as a one-word answer without the verb.

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