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02 Using Double Object Pronouns – Practice #3

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

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!

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Double Object Pronouns explanati


verbos (verbs):
buscar – to look for
     buscando – looking
comprar – to buy
     compré – I bought
dar – to give
     dio – s/he gave
decir – to say; to tell
     dijiste – you said; you told
ense̱ar Рto teach/show
     enseña – s/he teaches/shows
estar – to be
     está – s/he is
     estamos – we are
explicar – to explain
hablar – to talk/speak
     hablas – you talk
hablaste – you talked/spoke
ir – to go
     vamos – we go
jugar – to play
llevar – to take, to wear, to carry
     lleva – s/he takes/wears/carries
mandar – to send
     mandaron – they sent
necesitar – to need
     necesita – s/he needs
     necesitamos – we need
pasar – to happen
     pasó – it happened
pedir – to ask for
poder – to be able; can
     puede – s/he can / you (formal) can
preparar – to prepare
 preparando – preparing
prestar – to loan
     prestas – you loan
querer – to want
   querías – you wanted
saber – to know
ser – to be
     es – s/he is / it is
tener – to have
     tengo – I have
vender – to sell
     vendió – s/he sold
ver – to see
     vieron – they saw

sustantivos (nouns):
alguien – someone
anoche – lastnight
el color – the color
(el) f̼tbol Рsoccer
el hermano – the brother
el libro – the book
(el) ma̱ana Рtomorrow
el papá – the dad
(el) sábado – Saturday
el tel̩fono Рthe telephone
la esposa – the wife
la hermana – the sister
las botas – boots
la Navidad – (the) Christmas
la novia – the girlfriend
la película – the movie
la se̱ora Рthe woman
las fresas – the strawberries
las rosas – roses
la (tele)novela – the soap opera
los abuelos – the grandparents
los estudiantes – the students
los tíos – the uncles / the aunt(s) & uncle(s)
los zapatos – the shoes
todos – everyone
una bufanda – a scarf
unas vacaciones – a vacation
un favor – a favor
unos sándwiches – some sandwiches
un regalo – a present
usted – you (formal)

otro (other):
a – to
antes de – before
cuál – which
de – of
en – in, at, on
este – this
favorito – favorite
lo que – what
mi(s) – my
mucho – a lot
nuevos/nuevas – new
para – for
que – that
siempre – always
su(s) – his, her, your (formal), their, your (plural)
tu(s) – your
viejo(s) – old
ya – already

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 #2
  10. Double Object Pronouns Practice #4

One Response

  1. Hola! Thank you for uploading this video.

    Really helped me to become comfortable in OD and OI that was becoming a nightmare for me 🙂

    – Harsh

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