2 simple letters can cause a lot of confusion for Spanish learners: LO. This course will dive in to explain this short but super important Spanish word, and other words like it.
In the course, students will learn the Spanish grammar behind words like LO - the direct and indirect objects pronouns.
First we'll review transitive and intransitive verbs to understand where direct and indirect objects can and cannot fit in Spanish sentences, then we'll dive into understanding direct and indirect objects and how to use their pronouns.
There are plenty of exercises to use along the way to practice, practice, practice until you make "perfect".
In addition, there is a speaking challenge that students should complete to utilize their knowledge of the subjunctive when speaking.
The course is short, so you'll soon be able to use these pronouns in your speech to sound MUCH more natural than you did before - all by using a little word called 'lo' (& others like it!)
This course is for students who already have an upper beginner or intermediate level in Spanish who want to learn about direct and indirect object pronouns or students who are having trouble with them and need an extra boost to finally get it right!
Use 'lo' as a native does - speak more naturally and grammatically correct by using 'lo' and the other direct object pronouns correctly.
Here is the text-only version of the answers for the Complementos 1 document.
Correct your direct object exercises
Understand what indirect objects are and how to use them in Spanish
Learn how to use direct and indirect objects together in the same sentence
Check your answers!
Learn about loísmo and leísmo
Here is the text-only version of the answers for the Complementos 2 document
Learn about the "strange", different ways direct and indirect object pronouns are used in Spanish
Check your exercises for the Complementos 3 document
Learn about how the mandatos and the object pronouns are used together
Hello, Hola! My name is Nikki, and I am a language teacher. I love studying languages and, of course, teaching them. With 9 years of teaching under my belt, I'm excited to be bringing my teaching skills online. I'm looking forward to using my education and experience to help my students learn English and Spanish!