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Indirect Object Pronouns in Spanish
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Lesson 15: Overview

Learning Indirect Object Pronouns

Direct Object Pronouns Review

"Do you love her"
Click for a hint (To her, you love?)
Click for the answer "¿(Tú) La amas?"

"He helps me"
Click for a hint (To me, he helps)
Click for the answer "(Él) me ayuda"

"I will surprise him"
Click for a hint (To him, I will surprise)
Click for the answer "(Yo) lo sorprendé"

"He sees me"
Click for a hint (To me, he sees)
Click for the answer "(Él) me ve"

Introduction to "Indirect Object Pronouns (IOPs)" in Spanish

Can you recall studying Direct Object Pronouns (DOPs) from Lesson 10? Remember, we use DOPs for "when a pronoun directly receives action from a verb." Perhaps that sounds a little confusing in technical terms, so here is an example of what we should already know before we begin this lesson. "(Yo) te amo"  means "I love you" because remember, in Spanish you really say: "To you, I love."

If you don't remember the Direct Object Pronouns in Spanish (such as: Te, La, Lo, Nos, Me, etc.") I suggest you take the time to review lesson 10 to know how these are used. Because in this lesson, we will be expanding on this information for when we study Indirect Object Pronouns in Spanish.

Whenever you are ready, ¡vamonos!  (let's go!)

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Learn to use indirect object pronouns using the words me, le, nos, and les.

Last updated: 2017

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