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02 Using Double Object Pronouns – Practice #4

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!

Click here to download worksheet mentioned in video.

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Double Object Pronouns explanati


verbos (verbs):
abrir – to open
     abre – s/he opens
comprar – to buy
     compré – I bought
dar – to give
     da – s/he gives
decir – to say/tell
     dijo – s/he told
ense̱ar Рto teach/show
     enseñó – s/he taught/showed
escribir – to write
     escribe – s/he writes
estar – to be
     están – they are
ir – to go
     vas – you go / you are going
llevar – to take/carry/wear
llevó – s/he took/carried/wore
necesitar -to need
pedir – to ask for
poder – to be able / can
     puedes – you are able / you can
prestar -to loan
     prestó – s/he loaned
querer – to want
     quiere – s/he wants
robar – to steal
     robó – s/he stole
servir – to serve
     sirvió – s/he served
tocar – to play
     tocando – playing
traer – to bring

sustantivos (nouns):
alguien – someone
cada – each; every
el agua – the water
el almuerzo – the lunch
(el) dinero – (the) money
el esposo – the husband
el mesero – the waiter
el papá – the dad
el permiso – the permission
el perro – the dog
el pollo – the chicken
el se̱or РMr. / the gentleman
la abuela – the grandmother
la dirección – the address
la hermana – the sister
la maestra – the teacher
la ma̱ana Рthe morning
la poesía – poetry
las canciones – the songs
las mujeres – the women
las puertas – the doors
los besos – the kisses
los dientes – the teeth
una manzana – the apple
un libro – a book
un pastel – a cake

otro (other):
– of, from
falso(s) – false; fake
frío – cold
mi(s) – my
siempre – always
su(s) – his/her
tu(s) – your


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 #3

2 Responses

  1. In Practice 4, # 11, on using double object pronouns, your sentence is “Me puedes traer agua.” The answer is “Me las puedes traer,” because agua is feminine. But down below in the listing of nouns, you have “el agua,” so when I referred to your list, I got the answer wrong (I thought it was “Me lo puedes traer.”) Is it correct to say “el agua” and not “la agua”?
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