1. (direct) (Spain)
Os quiero mucho, chicos. Me harán mucha falta.I really love you, guys. I'll miss you a lot.
2. (indirect) (Spain)
¿Quién os dio entradas de primera fila para el concierto?Who gave you front-row tickets to the concert?
3. (reflexive) (Spain)
Os vais a lastimar si seguís jugando con esa rama.You're going to hurt yourselves if you keep playing with that stick.
4. (reciprocal) (Spain)
a. each other
¿Cuándo os conocisteis?When did you meet each other?
1. (general) (Spain)
me gustaría verosI'd like to see you
b. (to) you
os lo diohe gave it to you
os tengo miedoI'm afraid of you
os vestísyou get dressed
d. each other
os enamorasteisyou fell in love (with each other)
2 (indirecto) you
os lo di I gave it to you; os lo compré (de vosotros) I bought it from you; (para vosotros) I bought it for you; ¿os han arreglado ya el ordenador? have they fixed the computer for you yet?
3 (reflexivo) yourselves
¿os habéis hecho daño? did you hurt yourselves?; lavaos las manos wash your hands; cuando os marchéis when you leave; no hace falta que os quitéis el abrigo you don't need to take your coats off
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