NOMBRE: FECHA: APUNTES CAPÍTULO: 4A TEMA: Indirect Object Pronouns Tells for whom an action is performed or who benefits from the action . Used to avoid repetition. Replace personal nouns “Le” and “les” meaning can be made clear by adding “a + name/noun/pronoun” Place before a conjugated verb. Except: when there’s an infinitive and affirmative tú commands, then it’s attached. Me Te Le for me To me for you To you for him (her/you) To him (her/you) Nos Les for us to us for them (you) to them (you) Examples: 1. Mi mamá me compraba regalos – My mom would buy me gifts. 2. Nunca les decían la verdad a sus padres – They never told their parents the truth. 3. El niño le dio un beso a su hermanita – The boy gave his little sister a kiss. 4. Ana le quería comprarle un dulce a su hija – Ana wanted to buy her daughter a candy.