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answered Is “$5 pesos” proper form in Spanish?
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answered Distinguishing “quiz” and “test”
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answered Uso de “concernidos”
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comment When is the indirect object pronoun required in sentences with an indirect object?
Now it's me who has a doubt lol. In that case, as JoulSauron says (i agree at 99%), what happens whith, for example, this case: "El libro pertenece a él"?. Because you can say "El libro pertenece a Pedro", but not "El libro pertenece a él".
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comment When is the indirect object pronoun required in sentences with an indirect object?
1) Sorry, i used "subject" in an ambiguous context; i don't mean subject as the subject of the sentence, just a subject in general, like a noun.
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comment When is the indirect object pronoun required in sentences with an indirect object?
jrdioko -> No; that's correct. Because is a different scenario: There you are using a subject ("tu biblioteca"), whilst in the question, we are talking about using it with pronouns ("mi,ti, etc."). You could even say "Pertenece a mi persona", since "mi persona" would be the subject. That's correct, because there you are using "mi" (as opposite to "mí") as determinative possessive. Notice the difference between "MI" and "MÍ"
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comment When is the indirect object pronoun required in sentences with an indirect object?
JoulSauron -> Yep, exactly.
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answered When is the indirect object pronoun required in sentences with an indirect object?
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answered Complemento vs. Suplemento