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Object Pronouns Used Differently in Spanish

By January 9, 2013

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In sentence "Mi amiga me compró un refresco" (My friend bought me a soft drink), me is an indirect object meaning "me." That seems simple enough, so it's tempting to think that such words are created a lot alike in English and Spanish. Our newest lesson, on five differences between English and Spanish object pronouns, should dispel that notion.

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