Direct objects receive the action of the verb and generally respond to the questions of “What?” or “Whom?” For example: “He wrote the letters to Sarah”; the direct object noun is “letters”. Remember pronouns are words that replace nouns so changing the direct object noun “letters” into a direct object pronoun, in this case “them”, would read as: “He wrote them to Sarah”. In Spanish, direct object pronouns are consistent with the gender, person and number of the direct object nouns they substitute.
2. Nos llamaron ayer con uena noticia. – They called us yesterday with good news.
3. ¿Los vestidos negros son tuyos? Si, los son. – Are the black dresses yours? Yes, they are.
4. Te lo traigo. – I will bring it to you.
5. Te dio mis llaves. – He gave you my keys.
2. Tevoy a ayudar en un momento. / Voy a ayudarte en un momento. – I will be right with you in a moment (I am going to help you in a while).
(Present Participle- ING)
4. ¿Están preparando la cena? Sí, la estamos preparando/Sí, estamos preparándola. – Are you guys preparing dinner? Yes we are preparing it.
2. Es más seguro vivir con familia que vivir sola. Sí lo sé. – It’s safer to live with family than to live alone. Yes I know.