Direct Object Pronouns [REBROADCAST]

January 19th, 2017

Verb conjugation is an attention hog.

Rarely do I have a conversation about learning Spanish without verb conjugation coming up.

And with good reason. It’s not easy.

Lots of tenses. So many patterns. Plus all those exceptions.

But lurking in the shadows… perhaps even more confusing… are the pronouns!

Me mi mí. Tú tu te ti. Él, lo, le.


The good news is, just like with verb conjugation, once you focus on ONE type of pronoun at a time, it’s really not that hard.

It’s just confusing when you rush it, don’t practice enough, then can’t differentiate one from the other.

Tú tu te ti?

Come on. You’ve got to be kidding!

Well this video… is all about helping you avoid that confusion!

Start with one type of pronoun (direct object pronouns).

Focus on them.

Learn them.

Practice them.

When you’re done with this video, you’ll understand what direct object pronouns are, how they’re used in Spanish, and why they’re so tricky for us.
And when you’re done with the Practice Worksheet on that page, you’ll start to FEEL how to use them.

That’s how it’s done around here.

Focus. Learn. Practice.

Focus. Learn. Practice.

Focus. Learn. Practice.

Watch the video, do the Practice Worksheet.

Then I think you’ll find, direct object pronouns, suddenly don’t seem so hard anymore.

Suerte, Gringo!


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