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Direct and Indirect Object Pronouns Used Together: Quiz #1

A. Fill in the blanks with the appropriate pronoun or verb form.

Unless otherwise noted with (f), "it" and "them" are masculine, and "you" refers to the familiar form (tú).

1. He gives it to me.
Él lo da.


2. They give it to me.
Ellos me lo .


3. We give them (f) to you.
Nosotros te las .


4. I tell it to you.
Yo te lo .


5. They give it to you.
Ellas te dan.


6. They write it (f) to you.
Ellos te la .


7. He buys them for you.
Él te los .


B. Fill in the blanks with the appropriate pronouns.

Unless otherwise noted with (f), "it" and "them" are masculine, and "you" refers to the familiar form (tú). Don't forget to change the first pronoun to "se" when necessary.

8. He sings it (f) to her.
Él canta.


9. We sing it (f) to you.
Nosotros cantamos.


10. We tell it to them.
Nosotros decimos.


11. I tell it to them.
Yo digo.


12. She buys them for you.
Ella compra.


13. She cooks it (f) for him.
Ella cocina.


14. We cook it (f) for him.
Nosotros cocinamos.


C. Fill in the blanks with the appropriate pronouns.

Unless otherwise noted with (f), "it" and "them" are masculine, and "you" refers to the familiar form (tú). Don't forget to change the first pronoun to 'se' when necessary.

I should bring it to them.

15. Debo traér.

16. debo traer.


They should buy them (f) for you.

17. Ellos deben comprár.

18. Ellos deben comprar.


We have to sell it to her.

19. Tenemos que vendér.

20. tenemos que vender.



D. Suggested writing exercise: Write ten sentences using in each sentence two object pronouns.

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