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What is the meaning of this. amo looks like a conjugated form of amor, but amor is a noun, and the los indicates that the amo is a noun. I am just starting to learn Spanish.

  • Posted Oct 12, 2008
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Wrong!

los = to them
amo = I love

"los" is a pronoun"; "amo" is a verb.

  • Oct 12, 2008
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You're confusing the noun 'amor' with the verb 'amar'. It is the verb that is used in 'los amo'.

  • Oct 13, 2008
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HI Dayton, welcome to this forum!

WE normally and often put the pronoun before the verb.

so this would be:

Yo amo a ellos/Ustedes

Amo a ellos/Ustedes.....los amo

  • Oct 13, 2008
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Heidita said:

HI Dayton, welcome to this forum!

WE normally and often put the pronoun before the verb.

so this would be:

Yo amo a ellos/Ustedes

Amo a ellos/Ustedes.....los amo

It´s not les amo'

  • Oct 13, 2008
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Natasha said:

It´s not les amo?

That would be "leísmo" (more common in Spain). "Amar" is transitive, and the person you love is the direct object, so in theory it should be "los".

  • Oct 13, 2008
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