Spanish Language Question: "me, te, se, nos, os" Are they only used w/ reflexive verbs like llamarse?
When do you use these? are they only used with reflexive verbs?
- Anonymous7 years agoFavorite Answer
Me, te, se, nos, and os are indirect object pronouns, so they are used to represent which noun is being affected by the action. For example, "he throws the ball to me". Me is an indirect object, the ball is the object, and he is the subject.
Spanish: Jorge *me* dice palabras.
Literal: Jorge *to me* says words.
English: Jorge says words*to me*.Source(s): 2nd year Spanish class, http://spanish.about.com/od/pronouns/a/indirect_ob...