Please help me. In the lesson it says the preposition CAN be followed by a pronoun. it does not indicate what type of pronoun.

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Please help me. In the lesson it says the preposition CAN be followed by a pronoun. it does not indicate what type of pronoun.

The professor gives the certificate TO ME, looks like a indirect object pronoun ie me te le nos os les. Yet the lesson uses mi an adjectival pronoun??   In the test the answer requires Ella a subject pronoun as do some of the examples. 

Asked 9 months ago
InmaKwiziq team member

Hola Johan

In the lesson, after giving examples with each of the prepositions involved, you can read this in a special note:

"Notice how the first two pronouns (me, you) are: mí, ti. The rest of the forms are the same as the subject pronouns (él, ella, usted, nosotros, nosotras, vosotros, vosotras, ellos, ellas, ustedes)."

But to make it clearer we will add a table to the lesson.

Hope this helps.

Saludos

Inma

Please help me. In the lesson it says the preposition CAN be followed by a pronoun. it does not indicate what type of pronoun.

The professor gives the certificate TO ME, looks like a indirect object pronoun ie me te le nos os les. Yet the lesson uses mi an adjectival pronoun??   In the test the answer requires Ella a subject pronoun as do some of the examples. 

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