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Direct-object pronouns

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I am trying to finish up my Spanish homework but I am stuck on a worksheet page. The directions are "Your parents are asking you the following questions. Answer them in two different ways. First, answer each question by placing the direct-object pronoun before the verb; second, answer each question by placing the direct-object pronoun at the end of the infinitive or present participle."

I am not quite sure how to do this. I am terrible at Spanish and I don't know what words to use or where to put them.

The example is:
¿Está leyendo el periódico?

Sí, (No, no) lo estoy leyendo.

Sí, (No, no) estoy leyéndolo.

And the first two sentences I have to do are:

¿Tienes que escribir una carta?

¿Estás haciendo las tareas en la computadora?

Thank you very much to anybody that can help me!

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updated ABR 21, 2008
posted by rachael2

2 Answers

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Hi RAchel, do teh sentences and we will happily help correcting. As you have the pattern ti is not difficult.

updated ABR 21, 2008
posted by 00494d19
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  1. Si, (no), la tengo que escribir.

Si, (no), tengo que escribirla.

  1. Si, (no), las estoy haciendo.

Si, (no), estoy haciéndolas.

updated ABR 21, 2008
posted by H-Carrillo
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