Spanish personal pronouns, especially direct and indirect object pronouns, is one of the topics that generally causes the most doubts among students of Spanish as a foreign language, especially when there are two pronouns together. So, if you are one of them, don’t worry, it is a matter of learning a few simple rules, practicing a lot, and paying attention when you read.
In our blog we have dedicated several entries to this topic, you will find the links below the video, but we thought that a video, with explanations in English, could be of great help. Stop the video as many times as necessary to take notes, review everything, and then watch the video again to check. Then practice what you have learned with our interactive exercises on personal pronouns. Of course, if after this you have any further questions, you can consult your tutor. Don’t you have an online Spanish tutor yet?
Direct & Indirect object pronouns in Spanish
Everything you need to know about Spanish personal pronouns
If you want to know more about the different Spanish personal pronouns or review the topic, click on the links below. Also, if you want a copy of the infographic on the right in pdf, just leave us a message in the comments:
Now it is time to practice what you have learned, click on the bottom below to go to 15 different interactive exercises about Spanish personal pronouns.