Object pronouns

Direct and Indirect Object Pronouns

Level AchievementScore Lesson Feedback  
B1 : Intermediate   Using double pronouns with the imperative in Spanish (El Imperativo)
B1 : Intermediate   Spanish pronouns le / les become se when used with lo, la, los, las (indirect with direct pronouns)
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Using le and les = [to] it,him, her, them (indirect object pronouns)
B1 : Intermediate   Position of Spanish direct and indirect object pronouns with infinitive/present participle and affirmative commands
A1 : Beginner   Using doler in Spanish to say that something hurts
B1 : Intermediate   Position of pronouns with conjugated verbs in Spanish
B1 : Intermediate   Repetition of indirect object pronouns in Spanish with verbs like gustar
B1 : Intermediate   Spanish verbs Quedar, Quedarse and Quedarle (Different meanings of verb quedar)
B2 : Upper Intermediate   Using the "accidental" reflexive (se) with an indirect object pronoun
B2 : Upper Intermediate   Repetition of indirect object pronouns with verbs in Spanish (general)
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Using me, te, le, nos, os, les (indirect object pronouns)
C1 : Advanced   Using lo de que / lo de to refer to something already mentioned
B1 : Intermediate   Using neuter article Lo + adjective + ser in Spanish
B2 : Upper Intermediate   Using neuter article Lo + adverb/adjective + que + verb in Spanish
C1 : Advanced   Using de lo más + adjective to emphasise a quality or defect of someone/something (neutral article)
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Sentir vs Sentirse (to feel) in Spanish
A2 : Lower Intermediate   Using lo, la, los, las = him, her, it, them (direct object pronouns)
B2 : Upper Intermediate   Repetition of direct object pronouns in Spanish
C1 : Advanced   Lo + Spanish possessive pronouns
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