This setting only affects the word lists
Each word list has individual scores on each mode option:
1-2 (English-Spanish), 2-1 (Spanish-English) and audio 2-1
There is only one score for each word list.
The score is shared by all mode options
When leaving this setting on, you can have the conjugation shown by clicking on the three lines
Number of correct answers
Number of wrong answers
Total number of exercises
: When a number increases, it is underlined
The system counts like this:
You can correct the numbers yourself
- when the answer is correct
- when the field is empty
- when the field contains a wrong answer
Click on the red and green numbers next to Now
to make a correction.
Remember to save your score
When you have done your exercises, you are offered to save the score as the best score.
To keep the old best score you just do not save the new one.
Which exercises have score?
- Word lists
- Grammar exercises
- Exercises under my verbs
You can turn keep score
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Exercises on Spanish pronouns
Practice the Spanish pronouns with our online learning tools - lots of interactive exercises for beginners, advanced learners and experts!
The system gives you full control of the level of difficulty of the exercises and you can progress as you please and in your own tempo. All execises come with a translation of the vocabulary allowing you to practice freely without the need of a dictionary.
Below you will find a demo of some of the exercises on Spanish pronouns. Click on show exercises
to try for yourself:
Spanish pronouns - direct object (accusative)
Insert the correct Spanish direct object pronoun (me, te, lo, la, nos, os, los, las)
comes la ensalada? - sí, la como
More exercises on Spanish direct object pronouns
Spanish pronouns - indirect object (dative)
Insert the correct Spanish indirect object pronoun (me, te, le, nos, os, les)
das el libro a Diego? - no, no le doy el libro
More exercises on Spanish indirect object pronouns
Spanish pronouns - double object
Insert the correct Spanish double object pronoun (me lo, te lo, se lo...)
llevas las cervezas a los señores? - sí, se las llevo
More exercises on Spanish double object pronouns
Go to the grammar section
and start practicing Spanish pronouns!