ASK A QUESTION Indirect object pronouns and conjugation of verbs
I need to know what would be the best way to describe how the people feel about the diffrent aspects of technology and what indirect object pronoun and correct conjugation of the verbs in the following sentences.
Simón y Paula: interesar su grupo de conversación
tú: molestar los grupos de debate
usted: encantar las videocámaras
nosotros: fascinar los juegos interactivos
yo: importar la opinión de los usuarios
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All those verbs used in those sentences use a sentence order which is similar to "That disgusts me", "That interests me" or "That fascinates me" in English. In Spanish, the object pronoun (e.g. mí) is typically placed at the beginning of the sentence, instead of at the end, like in English, and the object of interest or repulsion (the subject of the sentence) is placed at the end of the sentence.
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