This listing is for two homework worksheets for students to practice their understanding of indirect object pronouns (IOPs). Our school bases our curriculum on the Descubre curriculum, and the concepts and vocabulary used loosely correspond to chapter 6 of Descubre 1, which is about clothing and shopping.
The FIRST worksheet has 3 sections:
a) matching (draw a line between the English phrase and its Spanish equivalent)
b) simple multiple-choice translation section (Spanish to English)
c) sentence identification: in each Spanish sentence, find the verb and circle the indirect object. Then write which IOP you would use to replace the IO
The SECOND worksheet is a bit longer, and has 3 sections:
a) IO to IOP (write which IOP you would use to replace the Spanish noun given)
b) sentences: rewrite each sentence using an IOP (in Spanish)
c) sentences with 2 verbs: rewrite a sentence with an IOP, showing the two different placements for that IOP.
This product includes:
• A Microsoft Word document of both worksheets
• A PDF copy of those same worksheets in case of any wonky formatting issues
Grammatical structures and vocabulary involved:
• Indirect objects
• Indirect object pronouns
• Vocabulary: loosely corresponds to Descubre 1, chapter 6 - clothing and shopping
Happy teaching and learning!