Direct Objects are the "what" of a sentence.
Here are a few more resources to help you better understand direct object pronouns and to give you practice using them.
Indirect Objects answer "to who" or "for who" in a sentence.
Here are a few more resources to help you better understand indirect object pronouns and to give you practice using them.
DOPs and IOPs together
Direct and indirect object pronouns can be used together in the same sentence.
Here are a few more resources to help you better understand using direct and indirect object pronouns in the same sentence, and to give you practice using them.
You will have a vocabulary evaluation on Wednesday, February 24.
You will listening assessment on Thursday, February 25.
You will also have an interpersonal speaking assessment on Thursday, February 25/Friday, February 26.
You will have a vocabulary evaluation on Friday, February 5.
You will do a presentation sharing your favorite activities and also comparing activities on Tuesday or Wednesday, February 9 or 10.
There will be a vocabulary assessment on Monday, January 25.
There will be a reading assessment on Tuesday, January 26.
There will be a writing/grammar assessment on the present progressive tense on Thursday, January 28.
Reminder! Here are the basic steps:
-car verbs: c --> qu
-gar verbs: g --> gu
-zar verbs: z --> c
The vocabulary evaluation is on Tuesday, January 12.
The listening evaluation is on Wednesday, January 13.
The grammar evaluation is on Friday, January 15.
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