Indirect Object Pronouns

Once you know your direct object pronouns in English, you’re done. Direct and indirect object pronouns in English are exactly the same. But not in Spanish. Oh no. So… You can’t just say “him” or “her” or “them” when you’re talking. In today’s video, not only will I explain what the heck direct and indirect objects are (I had no idea either!) But you’ll quickly see how they’re different, so you can pick the right one.

Free Practice Resources:

Word List: Indirect Object Pronouns

Practice Worksheet: Indirect Object Pronouns

Answer Key: Indirect Object Pronouns

Related Videos:

Direct Object Pronouns

The Personal A

Subject Pronouns

Possessive Adjectives

LAST CHANCE: LIFETIME MEMBERSHIP TO BE DISCONTINUED LATE-OCTOBER!

When you become a Lifetime Member, you pay one (low) price for EVERY premium course I create (now and in the future) -- including my upcoming most-comprehensive-course ever, Spanish for Smart People ($97 value).

BUT... when I release the new course in late-October, the Lifetime Membership will no longer be available. This is your last chance.

I started doing the Lifetime Membership as a way to thank you or "hook you up" -- a way for me to seriously OVERDELIVER to anybody who supported me or helped me [relatively] early on.

But it's not early on anymore! So the Lifetime Membership is going away. Become a Lifetime Member before it does. Get all my courses, including the new one ($97 value) for one, low price.

Sign up for The Spanish Dude Newsletter!

You'll get notified when I post a new video, plus monthly, subscriber-only videos and discounts not available to the public.

sign me up!