Pronombres de complemento directo

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Pronombres de complemento directo

Direct object pronouns stand for a person, thing or animal affected by a direct action.

Ana llama a Teo Ana lo llama.

Ana calls Teo Ana calls him.

¿Conoces a mi prima? Sí, claro que la conozco.

Do you know my cousin? Yes, of course I know her.

Singular Plural
1ª persona me conoces Nosotros nos conocemos
2ª persona Ella te conoce Él os conoce
3ª persona Ella lo conoce

Él la conoce

Yo los conozco

Ustedes las conocen

Notes: In some regions they replace the direct object for a person with the indirect object. This common confusion is called leísmo. Example:

Ayer vi a Juan en el banco. Ayer lelo vi en el banco.

Yesterday I saw Juan at the bank. Yesterday I saw him at the bank.

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