Spanish Grammar Lessons

Direct Object Pronouns

Here are the forms for the direct object pronoun in Spanish. (Please note that for third person singular and plural direct object pronouns, the choice of "lo" or "la" will depend on whether the direct object being referred to is a masculine or feminine noun.)

  singular plural
first person me nos
second person te os
third person lo/la los/las

Direct object pronouns in Spanish are placed directly before the conjugated verb, even if the sentence is a question. If the verb is in its infinitive form or is in the form of a command, this is not the case.

Lo busco.

żLos tienes?
I am looking for it.

Do you have them?

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