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There are two ways to say the same thing both in the affirmative and negative, but there are rules on how and where to place the Direct Objects. LO, LOS, LA, LAS, ME, TE, NOS. I will explain them in an easy way with some examples and color coded.
- VAS A COMPRAR la crema bronceadora? (are you going to buy the sun screen protection?)
Sí, LA voy a comprar (yes, I’m going to buy it)
Sí, voy a COMPRARLA. (yes, I’m going to buy it)
No, no LA voy a COMPRAR (no, I’m not going to buy it)
No, no voy a COMPRARLA. (no, I’m not going to buy it)
- VAS a COMPRAR el chocolate? (are you going to buy the chocolate?)
Sí, voy a COMPRARLO. (yes, I’m going to buy it)
No, no LO voy a COMPRAR (no, I’m not going to buy it)
No, no voy a COMPRARLO (no, I’m not going to buy it)
- VAS A COMPRAR las cremas bronceadoras? (are you going to buy the sun screens protection?)
Sí, LAS voy a comprar (yes, I’m going to buy them)
Sí, voy a COMPRARLAS. (yes, I’m going to buy them)
No, no LAS voy A COMPRAR. (No, I’m not going to buy them)
No, no voy A COMPRARLAS. (No, I’m not going to buy them)
- VAS A COMPRAR los chocolates? (did you buy the chocolates?)
Sí, voy a COMPRARLOS. (yes, I’m going to buy them)
No, no LOS voy a COMPRAR (no, I’m not going to buy them)
No, no voy a COMPRARLOS (no, I’m not going to buy them)
- Me VAS A LLAMAR mañana? (are you going to call ME tomorrow?)
Sí, TE voy a llamar (yes, I’m going to call you)
Sí, voy a LLAMARTE (yes, I’m going to call you)
No, no TE voy a llamar (No, I’m not going to call you.)
No, no voy a LLAMARTE. (No, I’m not going to call you.)
- NOS VAS A LLAMAR mañana? (are you going to call US tomorrow?)
Sí, LAS voy a llamar mañana. (yes, I’m going to call you. (plural female)
Sí, voy a LLAMARLAS. (yes, I’m going to call you. (plural female)
No, no LAS voy a llamar. (NO, I’m not going to call you (plural female)
No, no voy a LLAMARLAS . (NO, I’m not going to call you (plural female)
Notice that the Direct Object LO, LA, LAS, LOS, ME, TE, NOS, is always placed before the verbs as different words ( te – voy a – llamar) or attach to the infinitive (VOY A LLAMARTE) (infinitive verbs ends in AR-ER-IR). In the example the verbs are COMPRAR and LLAMAR
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When learning conjugations it’s easy to fall in the trap of thinking too much and complicating the answer. Until you master conjugations, keep it simple. Remember, usually the question tells you the conjugation and the pronoun. Do not change it. You will make a great progress if you just remember that when the question is addressed to “YOU“; then you answer in the “I” form. Example: Do you study Spanish? Yes, I do. Same for the plural. Do “YOU ALL” study Spanish? Yes WE do. Other than that, you should keep the same conjugation and pronoun as you would in English. Also, we are going to write pronouns until conjugations become a second nature to you. Let’s see how this work in Spanish.
Infinitivo: Hablar = to speak
Practice: hablar / español = speak / Spanish.
Yo hablo = I speak
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Agrega una palabra a la última palabra. Ejemplo
Flor – Jardín
Jardín – Rosa
Rosa – Roja
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Hispanics are the largest minority in the United States. In the business world understanding others in their own language is a plus.
One thing is to learn some words and expressions and another is to learn Spanish enough to use it for work and to advance professionally. Speaking Spanish also enhances your resume and increases your employment possibilities.
For FUN and to Travel:
Want to learn just for FUN? Great! it makes the learning process easier. When we set up our mind to learn a second language just because one wants to get along with others, you have 50% of the success already!
Keep Your Brain Working:
Researches show that learning a second language sharpness the memory and may delay the onset of Alzheimer’s.
To Blog in Spanish:
As bloggers, you will also be able to expand your market to the Hispanic populations.
Whatever the reason is, here your dream will come to pass!