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Old May 27, 2009, 05:34 AM
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Decirmelo

hello

I come across very often of the grammatical types like this:

decirmelo (decir me lo)

can you tell me please (or better point me to reference if you have at hand)
which verbs and which grammar types of these verbs can appear in words like the example

and which words and types can unite with the verbs like the above

thanks
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Old May 27, 2009, 05:45 AM
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hello

I come across very often of the grammatical types like this:

decirmelo (decir me lo)

can you tell me please (or better point me to reference if you have at hand)
which verbs and which grammar types of these verbs can appear in words like the example

and which words and types can unite with the verbs like the above

thanks
Se puede poner 'lo/me/se/la/los/les/ect.' a la fin de los infinitivos (infinitives) o después un verbo que es conjugar en el imperitivo (imperative/command) o los gerundios (-iendo / -ando)
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Déjame! (command) Let me be!/leave me alone!
Dicémelo (command) Tell me it!
No olvidaba el acento (para los verbos del imperitivo (count back 3 vowels)
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¿Tú puedes dicermelo? (infinitivo) Can you tell me it?
¿Tú puedes dicerme? (infinitivo) Can you tell me?
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Estoy aprendiéndolo
¿Tú eres entiéndome?
No olvidaba el acento (para los gerundios (count back 3 vowels)
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¿Tienes preguntas? Pédime, espero que lo te ayuda a aprender

más información
http://spanish.about.com/od/sentence...hedpronoun.htm
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Old May 27, 2009, 09:07 AM
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Tengo problemas con pronombres aun. No puedo acordarlos muchos veces. Pero estoy haciendo mejor; necesito más práctica solamente.
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Old May 27, 2009, 09:18 AM
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hello

I come across very often of the grammatical types like this:

decirmelo (decir me lo)

can you tell me please (or better point me to reference if you have at hand)
which verbs and which grammar types of these verbs can appear in words like the example

and which words and types can unite with the verbs like the above

thanks
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http://www.studyspanish.com/lessons/iodopro.htm
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I have ones examples that perhaps can help you with your questions about it.


But I don't know in reality that you need above it.

If you can say. (You came to telling me when we will have to pay the rent of the apartment) Therefore the translation of the text is of the following way.

Ven a decirmelo cuando tenemos que pagar the renta del departamento.


Other ones.

You come with me because I don't want to go alone to the party tonight.

Ven conmigo porque no quiero ir solo a la fiesta esta noche.


I hope theses examples can help you, if you are doubtfulness with my examples then, you don't hesitate to ask me.
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Se puede poner 'lo/me/se/la/los/les/ect.' a la fin de los infinitivos (infinitives) o después un verbo que es conjugar en el imperitivo (imperative/command) o los gerundios (-iendo / -ando)
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Déjame! (command) Let me be!/leave me alone!
Dicémelo (command) Tell me it!

¡Dímelo!

No olvidaba el acento (para los verbos del imperitivo (count back 3 vowels)
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¿Tú puedes dicermelo? (infinitivo) Can you tell me it?

¿Puedes decírmelo?

¿Tú puedes dicerme? (infinitivo) Can you tell me?

¿Puedes decirme...?


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Estoy aprendiéndolo
¿Tú eres entiéndome?

¿Estás entendiéndome?

No olvidaba el acento (para los gerundios (count back 3 vowels)
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¿Tienes preguntas? Pédime, espero que lo te ayuda a aprender

Pídeme lo que sea, espero que te ayude a aprender.

más información
http://spanish.about.com/od/sentence...hedpronoun.htm
Hay que tener cuidado con los pronombres átonos pospuestos al verbo: en primer lugar va el OI y después el OD:

¡Dílome!
¡Dímelo!

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Hay que tener cuidado con los pronombres átonos pospuestos al verbo: en primer lugar va el OI y después el OD:

¡Dílome!
¡Dímelo!

I hope it will help
Did you know that the word Dilome is correct in some places from Mexico?


Dilome is used for the Mayan's people.


It's more than one idiom between the people from places.
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Hay que tener cuidado con los pronombres átonos pospuestos al verbo: en primer lugar va el OI y después el OD:

¡Dílome!
¡Dímelo!

I hope it will help
Gracias amiga Los pronombres son muy confuso, pero parece que la ortografía es más difícil jeje

OI OD = ?
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Gracias amiga Los pronombres son muy confuso, pero parece que la ortografía es más difícil jeje

OI OD = ?
OI: Objeto (o complemento) indirecto (IO, in English)
OD: Objeto (o complemento) directo (DO)


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Did you know that the word Dilome is correct in some places from Mexico?


Dilome is used for the Mayan's people.


It's more than one idiom between the people from places.
But surely it has another meaning, hasn't it? What does dilome mean?
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OI: Objeto (o complemento) indirecto (IO, in English)
OD: Objeto (o complemento) directo (DO)




But surely it has another meaning, hasn't it? What does dilome mean?
Yes I know that surely it has one meaning for that people from several places, but, by my bad luck I don't know anything about the mean, I know that the word exist between the people from region because, time before I saw one TV show about them, and they spoken one time the word Dilome, I don't know if the hang of the word has to see with the word Dime or other thing, really I don't know the meaning and it almost not is used between the people from the cities, and likely the folks has a lot of to words in their mind that if you achieve to listen someday, you won't know what meaning it.
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