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Now, I’ll be the first to admit that this area of grammar has always confused me. Also that the explanation in today’s lesson is far from being comprehensive – there’s no clear list of direct object pronouns, and nothing regarding the difference between direct and indirect object pronouns…
According to some other corner of the Internet:
Indirect object pronouns are the same as direct object pronouns apart from the third person forms, which are: gli, le, and loro.
Hope that’s right! If anyone thinks differently, don’t hesitate to get in touch.
And you can rest assured that I’ll be getting our explanation on the topic rewritten ASAP.
Nevertheless, today’s lesson does contain a couple of useful listenings and three interactive exercises, so for those of you who have already studied the grammar, it’s a good chance to revise.
Here’s that link again: lesson 09 – Direct & Indirect Object Pronouns