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Barrs Pronoun Rules

AP Spanish IV Pronoun Rules (Chapter 6) compiled

Situation/what is given/neededResponse
si sólo hay un verbo conjugado los pronombres van antes (pronouns come before)
Sentence with a verb phrase pronouns go before the verb phrase or added to the second verb (never split verb phrases)
if verb phrase is split by a prepositional phrase pronouns must be added to end of verb phrase
i wash my hands (special case) Yo me lavo LAS manos (not mis manos)
In perfect tenses (haber) pronouns come before the haber, regardless of past, present etc
in progressive tenses you can either put the phrase in front of the SAVE SPICE verb, or add it to the gerund. this will often require adding an autographic accent
in perfect progresive tenses you can either put the phrase in front of the SAVE SPICE verb, or add it to the gerund. this will often require adding an autographic accent
in positive commands add the pronoun(s) to the command verb and add an accent where the stress would normally fall
in verbs where you are adding pronouns to nosotros verbs drop the last s of verb, then add nos
in negative commands pronouns go between no and the conjugated verb. this does not require any added or dropped accents
when inderect and direct compliments in same sentence and 3rd person le -> se
when adding pronouns to end add them together and add an accent
with me or you conmigo contigo (normally is con ella, con nosotros etc)
by myself mi' mismo
by hisself si' mismo
themselves (with men) si' mismos
by yourself ti mismo (no accent)!
by ourselves nosotros(as) mismos(as)
___ with themselves (combination consigo mismos
Created by: JuanCoolKid08
 

 



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