Direct and Indirect Object pronouns practice

Direct and Indirect Object pronouns practice

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Direct Object Pronouns (DOP) and Indirect Object Pronouns (IOP).

These exercises are for the beginner to early intermediate Spanish learner. They also require some ability with verb conjugations.

The goal is to add a new exercise every week for a number of weeks.

Generally, I check these exercises regularly. If you post a response to an exercise and I don’t correct it within three days, please send me a private message so I can give you the feedback you deserve. I may close some of these exercises after a while. That means that you can still try those exercises, but I will not give you feedback, unless you request it in a private message.

I strive for accuracy in my responses. If you feel that one of my responses is incorrect, don’t hesitate to ask for clarification.

Week 1

Week 2

Week 3

Week 4

Week 5 (This includes a brief explanation about some verbs that always require an indirect object, but may not have a direct object.)

updated DIC 15, 2011
edited by 00494d19
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