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Indirect Object Pronouns You cannot have an indirect object without a direct object. To find an indirect object, ask to/for whom? or for/to what? after the action verb. Example: She gave Mom the flowers. Mom is the indirect object.
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Indirect Object Pronouns The steps to making an indirect object pronoun are similar to making a direct object pronoun. There are parts of it which seem redundant to an English speaker, but necessary to a Spanish speaker.
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Steps to making an indirect object pronoun Using the sentence: Ellos quieren dar a sus hijos el coche. 1. Find the indirect object. To/for whom? To/for what? after the verb. Hijos is the indirect object.
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Steps to making an indirect object pronoun Using the sentence: Ellos quieren dar a sus hijos el coche. 2. Underline the indirect object. Ellos quieren dar a sus hijos el coche.
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Steps to making an indirect object pronoun Using the sentence: Ellos quieren dar a sus hijos el coche. 3. Replace the indirect object.
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