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.
Here are quite a few explanations of the subjunctive, as well as two practice activities for each.
¿Qué es la corrida de toros?
Corridas de toros en el mundo (mapa):
http://www.spanish-teaching.com/2010/8/spanish-bullfights-vocab-and-everything-you-need-to-know (see the last half of this webpage, starting with "Spanish Bullfights Stages and Pictures".)
Quién es quién:
Alberto Lamelas (novio de la profesora Miriam del colegio Aristos en Getafe, España)
Fine Art or Blood Sport? Culture or Cruelty?
"The Bullfighting Debate For and Against"
"Arguments for and Against Bullfighting"
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