Indirect Object Pronouns

Indirect Object Pronouns

Author: Lexsea Stickrod

Objective: Use indirect object pronouns to refer to people.

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In this tutorial, you will gain a basic understanding of how to use indirect object pronouns to refer to people. While watching the video, please complete your fill-in-the-blank notes page and attach it to your Cuaderno Interactivo on page 36. After the video, please complete the quiz and the practice activity (found in the video/PowerPoint) on pg 37 in your cuaderno to demonstrate your understanding of the topics presented in this tutorial. As always, if you have any questions, contact me directly or bring your questions to our next class period.

Indirect Object Pronouns Video

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Indirect Object Pronouns PowerPoint

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