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02 Using Double Object Pronouns – Practice #2

Posted by Señor Jordan on Nov 2, 2013 in agreement, direct objects, indirect objects |

In this video lesson we’re going to be practicing Double Object Pronouns.

If you aren’t sure what that means, it means we’ll be using both Direct Object Pronouns and Indirect Object Pronouns in the same sentences.

Leave any questions or comments below!

Graphic (click to enlarge):

Double Object Pronouns explanati

Vocabulario:

verbos (verbs):
abrir – to open
     abro – I open
comprar – to buy
     compraste – you bought
comprender – to understand
     comprenden – they understand
dar – to give
     das – you give
     dio – s/he gave
     doy – I give
decir – to say; tell
     dice – s/he says
     diciendo – saying
     digo – I say
     dijo – s/he said/told
enseñar – to show / to teach
     enseñó – s/he showed
entender – to understand
     entiendo – I understand
     entiendes – you understand
estar – to be
     está – s/he is / it is
     estaba – s/he was / it was
     estás – you are
explicar – to explain
gustar – “to like” (literally: to be pleasing)
     me gusta(n) – I like
     te gusta(n) – you like
ir – to go
     va – s/he goes/is going
leer – to read
     lee – s/he reads
llegar – to arrive
llevar – to wear / carry / take
     llevaba – s/he used to wear/carry/take
mandar – to send
     mandé – I sent
pasar – to pass / happen
     pasó – it happened
poder – to be able / can
     puede – s/he can
     puedes – you are able / you can
querer – to want
     quería – I wanted
     quieres – you want
regalar – to give a gift
     regaló – s/he gave a gift
robar – to steal
     robó – s/he stole
saber – to know
     sé – I know
     supiste – you knew / you found out
ser – to be
     son – they are
tener – to have
     tienes – you have
     tener que – to have [to do something]
vender -to sell
ver -to see
     vieron – they saw / you all saw

sustantivos (nouns):
alguien – someone
ayer – yesterday
despacio – slowly
¿cuándo? – when?
¿dónde? – where?
el agua -the water
el hermano – the brother
el hielo – the ice
el problema – the problem
la carta – the letter
la casa – the house
la esquina – the corner
la fiesta – the party
la lámpara – the lamp
la maestra – the teacher (female)
la mamá – the mom
la noche – the night
la puerta – the door
la señora – the lady / mrs. ___
las botas – the boots
las joyas – the jewelry
los alumnos – the students
los guantes – the gloves
los hijos – the kids/children
los verbos – the verbs
nada – nothing
una invitación – an invitation
(una) vez – (one) time
un libro – a book

otro (other):
algunos/algunas – some
“buenas noches” – goodnight
cada – each; every
claro que sí – of course
con – with
cuando – when
de – of, from
después de – after ___
de vacaciones – on vacation
en – in, on, at
entonces – so
estos/estas – these
lo que – what
más – more
mi(s) – my
muchos/muchas – a lot (of)
nuevo/nueva – new
otro/otra – (an)other
para – for
pero – but
¿por qué? – why?
qué – what
que – that
– yes
siempre – always
sólo – only
su(s) – his, her, your (formal), their, your (plural)
todavía – still
y – and
ya – already
ya no – no longer

 

Related video(s):

  1. Direct Objects (part 1)
  2. Direct Objects (part 2)
  3. Direct Objects (part 3)
  4. Direct Objects SONG (lo,la,los,las)
  5. Indirect Objects
  6. Indirect Objects SONG!
  7. Double Object Pronouns explanation
  8. Double Object Pronouns Practice #1
  9. Double Object Pronouns Practice #3
  10. Double Object Pronouns Practice #4

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