In spanish, how do you know whether to put lo/la/me/te before the verb or to connect it at the end of the verb
Me lo dijo Perez:
Who did you tell? Perez, is the subject.
Who did Perez talk with? Me, Perez told me
what did Perez tell you? Lo, 'lo' is something.
You can say too: Perez me lo dijo.
Come la galleta:
It's an order.
the subject is (tu).
what do you have to eat? La galleta. ' la' is like 'the'
But as this is an order and you are face to face, and you already know what you are talking about, the biscuit, you can say:
So, you can put a personal pronom (me, te, se) after verb if it is an imperative, an order, and an object (la, lo) after the pronom. In imperativo verb+pronom+object is all together:
It´s not very easy to know.
Before the verb
All depends of subject and not the verb, you have to read all complete sentence
Subject have male genre.
Cuando se necesita manejar el coche, yo lo manejo.
Subject have female genre
Cuando se necesita cocinar la carne, yo la cocino
Me it´s the same like English.
Te comen, te admiten, te enseñan, Te comerán, te admitirán, te enseñarán: Is like someone else is doing or going to do something to you.
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