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Test your knowledge of Dative and Accusative Pronouns!

  1. What is a Dative Pronoun in Spanish?
  2. What is an Accusative Pronoun in Spanish?
  3. Provide an example sentence using a Dative Pronoun in Spanish.
  4. Provide an example sentence using an Accusative Pronoun in Spanish.
  5. What is the difference between a Dative and Accusative Pronoun in Spanish?

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  1. A Dative Pronoun is a pronoun that indicates who or what the recipient of an action is.
  2. An Accusative Pronoun is a pronoun that indicates who or what the direct object is.
  3. Example: "Le di un libro a mi amigo" (I gave a book to my friend). In this sentence, "le" is the Dative Pronoun because it indicates the recipient of the action (my friend).
  4. Example: "Lo vi en el parque" (I saw him in the park). In this sentence, "lo" is the Accusative Pronoun because it indicates the direct object (him).
  5. The main difference between a Dative and Accusative Pronoun in Spanish is that a Dative Pronoun indicates the recipient of an action, while an Accusative Pronoun indicates the direct object.