Exploring Third Person Direct Objects: Spanish Made Easy

Surely you have heard or read a very used word in Spanish “Lo”, this is part of the direct object pronouns, also called direct complement, other pronouns are “la, los, las”. In these activities we are going to learn how to use the direct object of the third person and learn to identify it.

How to use direct object pronouns?

Direct object pronouns in Spanish are used to replace a noun that functions as a direct object in a sentence. To find out what is the direct object in a sentence you have to ask the following question: ¿Qué +verb in the sentence? ¿A quién + verb in the sentence?

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