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how do you use direct object pronouns :enivar


how do you use the direct object pronoun with la carta to say she sent it

updated DIC 22, 2009
posted by JayArmstrong

2 Answers


Am I the only one that sees that this has -1 votes? How is that possible?

updated DIC 22, 2009
posted by Nick-Cortina
también lo veo. - 003487d6, DIC 3, 2009
should we vote for him just get him back to 0? - ElCantante, DIC 3, 2009
I see it too, but how is it possible, I thought you could only unvote something that you've already voted for!?!? - aloshek, DIC 3, 2009
I know, I don't get that, how can someone do that?? Where are the admins when you need them.... - hlsbookworm, DIC 3, 2009
Well, I just voted for it and it *did* go to 0... Hmm... how did it get to -1 in the first place?? - Nick-Cortina, DIC 22, 2009

Ella lo envió.

The Ella isn't necessary, as the fact that she is the subject has most likely been brought up previously. Lo is the direct object pronoun for the singular third person, and should be placed directly before the conjugated verb. The previous sentence literally means "She sent it."

P.S. The verb you're looking for is enviar, not enivar.

updated DIC 3, 2009
edited by idahorsegirl
posted by idahorsegirl
Ella **la** envió :) - kattya, DIC 3, 2009
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