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Use pronouns to rewrite the sentences without changing their meaning. Follow the model. Modelo ¿Nos lo van a recomendar? ¿Van a recomendárnoslo? 1. Se la estamos preparando. 2. Te lo voy a repetir. 3. ¿Me lo estás preparando? 4. Se los debemos pedir. 5. Tienes que mostrármelos.

Annie Barnes

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Blair Lewis on August 21, 2018

In Spanish, we use Reflexive Pronouns with a verb to point out that a person carries out an action or to himself or herself. Put another way, the subject of the verb and the direct object of the verb are the same person. So, the reflexive pronouns match the subject of the verb. Many of the actions related to personal care or daily routines are reflexive.If the object of the verb is the same entity as the topic, we're going to need the use of a reflexive pronoun that matches the subject of the verb, both in number (singular or plural) and person (first, second, or third), as indicated in the following Table. Reflexive pronouns have the same forms of the pronouns of the indirect object, with the exception of the se, which is used in place of le and les for the third person. On the other hand, there are two places where indirect object pronouns can be placed: 1) Before a conjugated verb. 2) that is Attached to the end of the verb. This is true only if the verb is not conjugated, such as infinitives or gerunds, or if the verb is affirmative informal commands.1. Is the we are preparing. New Sentence:We are preparándosela2. I'm going to repeat. New Phrase: "I'm going to repetírtelo3. What I what are you working on? New Phrase: Are you preparándomelo?4. You must ask for a brochure. New Sentence:we Must ask for it 5. You have to mostrármelos.New Sentence: I have to show

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