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Course Introduction

1. Nouns & Articles

2. Ser & Estar

3. Nouns & Adjectives

4. Regular Verbs

5. Ser/Estar (Past Tense)

6. Core Irregular Verbs (Present & Past)

7. Imperfect

8. Adverbs

9. Prepositions

10. Stem-changing Verbs - Part 1

11. Stem-changing Verbs - Part 2

12. Imperfect vs. Preterite

13. Syntax: Objects Overview

14. Past Participles & Present Perfect

15. Irregular and Go-verbs (Present)

16. Verbs with Irregular Yo-forms (Past)

17. Direct Object Pronouns

18. Indirect Object Pronouns, Direct & Indirect Object Pronouns Together

19. Reflexive Verbs

20. Verbs like Gustar

21. Present & Past Progressive

22. Past Perfect & Infinitive Constructions

23. Future Simple

24. Conditional

25. The Imperative

Episode #18

Indirect & Double Object Pronouns

I. Intro

In this lesson, we will review more forms and uses of object pronouns. Remember that the “subject verbs the direct object to or for the indirect object.”

This simple example might help:
  • “I do something” - where “something” is the direct object.
  • “I do something for you” - where “something” is the direct object, and “for you” is the indirect object.
  • “I do something to you” - where “something” is the direct object, and “to you” is the indirect object of the sentence.
“To whom?” and “For whom” are the questions answered by the indirect object of any sentence.

Now we’re going to learn the forms of the indirect object, and we’ll also take a look at what happens when we use two object pronouns, one direct and one indirect, in the same sentence.

II. Indirect Objects

Let’s start with the indirect object pronouns and use our familiar example of Ana buying a book.

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