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Rewrite the sentences, replacing the underlined sections with the correct pronouns.
- Tu padre y tú siempre vais a correr los sábados.
→[You and your father always go running on Saturdays. You (pl.) always go running on Saturdays.]|Subject-pronoun, 2nd person plural: vosotros
- Ayer compré un regalo para Carmen y Lola.
→[Yesterday I bought a gift for Carmen and Lola. Yesterday I bought a gift for them.]|Stressed direct object-pronoun, 3rd person plural feminine: ellas
- Han dado a Fernando el primer premio.
→[They gave Fernando the first prize. They gave him the first prize.]|Indirect object-pronoun, 3rd person singular: le
- He dicho al fontanero que venga esta tarde.
→[I told the plumber to come today. I told him to come today.]|Indirect object-pronoun, 3rd person singular: le
- Dame el cuaderno, por favor.
[Give me the notebook, please. Give it to me, please.]|Direct object-pronoun, 3rd person singular masculine: lo. With a positive imperative, the pronoun can only come after the verb. Here we need to add an accent to ensure that the pronunciation remains unchanged.
- La semana pasada vi a Roberto en el concierto.
[Last week I saw Roberto at the concert. Last week I saw him at the concert.]|Direct object-pronoun, 3rd person singular masculine: lo (or le, because it’s a person)
- He visto hoy la casa que tanto te gusta.
La casa que tanto te gusta [I saw the house you like so much today. That house you like so much – I saw it today.]|If the direct object comes at the beginning of the sentence, we need to repeat the direct object-pronoun.|3rd person singular feminine: la