¿Le lo o le la? ¡No! Se los : Double Object Pronouns

We have a test today over those pesky double object pronouns, the anti-sing-song terrorists of the Spanish language. Well, they’re not really that bad, right? Just a little switch out to avoid the baby talk of le lo, ¿no? If you missed lecture that day or just need a refresher, here’s a pretty good video on the topic. Don’t be scared off if she goes too fast during the first couple of minutes. The video goes on to a slow and simple explanation in English.

But what you really want to do is get your hands dirty and try practicing it on your own. Right? I found a few quizzes online that help you do that. But be careful…there are a couple of trick questions here and there. ¡Buena suerte!

*Quia has a very basic test that is a good warm-up.

*By the time you take McGraw Hill’s quiz for its Puntos de Partida text you should be starting to feel confident.

*Now try this eight-question quiz that requires you to come up with the answers on your own.

*Most of StudySpanish.com’s test prep work is password protected, but this one is free.

*And finish off with a two-part exercise from Colby College’s Spanish Department: I, II.

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