Spanish Object Pronouns Quiz

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Spanish Object Pronouns Quiz - Quiz

A direct object in a sentence is the person, event or thing affected by the verb. The main difference between the use of the direct object pronouns in Spanish and English is their placement. See if you can guess what pronoun goes with which noun.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Which pronoun goes with this noun? El tenedor

    • A.

      Lo

    • B.

      Las

    • C.

      Los

    • D.

      Las

    Correct Answer
    A. Lo
    Explanation
    The correct pronoun that goes with the noun "El tenedor" is "lo". In Spanish, the pronoun "lo" is used to refer to a singular masculine noun, which is the case with "tenedor" (fork). Therefore, "lo" is the appropriate pronoun to use in this context.

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  • 2. 

    Which pronoun goes with this noun? ellas mujeres

    • A.

      La

    • B.

      Las

    • C.

      Los

    • D.

      Te

    Correct Answer
    B. Las
    Explanation
    The noun "ellas mujeres" in Spanish refers to a group of women, so the appropriate pronoun to use would be "las" which is the plural feminine pronoun. This pronoun agrees in gender and number with the noun it is referring to.

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  • 3. 

    Which pronoun goes with this noun? las escaleras

    • A.

      La

    • B.

      Las

    • C.

      Os

    • D.

      Lo

    Correct Answer
    B. Las
    Explanation
    The noun "las escaleras" is a feminine plural noun in Spanish. The pronoun that agrees with it is "las", which is also feminine and plural. It is used to refer to the stairs in a feminine and plural form.

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  • 4. 

    Which pronoun goes with this noun? la sopa

    • A.

      La

    • B.

      Lo

    • C.

      El

    • D.

      Ella

    Correct Answer
    A. La
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "la" because "la" is the feminine singular pronoun that agrees with the feminine noun "sopa." In Spanish, pronouns must match the gender and number of the noun they are replacing. Since "sopa" is a feminine singular noun, the pronoun that goes with it should also be feminine singular, which is "la."

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  • 5. 

    Which pronoun goes with this noun? ustedes

    • A.

      Las

    • B.

      Los

    • C.

      Nos

    • D.

      Os

    Correct Answer
    B. Los
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "los". In Spanish, "ustedes" is a plural pronoun that is used to address a group of people formally. The pronoun "los" is also plural and is used to refer to masculine nouns. Since "ustedes" is a plural pronoun, it requires a plural pronoun to match, and "los" is the appropriate choice in this case.

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  • 6. 

    Which pronoun goes with this noun? Yo

    • A.

      Te

    • B.

      Me

    • C.

      Lo

    • D.

      La

    Correct Answer
    B. Me
    Explanation
    The correct pronoun that goes with the noun "Yo" is "me". In Spanish, "me" is used as the object pronoun for the first person singular, which corresponds to "I" in English. So, when referring to oneself after the noun "Yo", the pronoun "me" is used.

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  • 7. 

    Which pronoun goes with this noun? El sillon

    • A.

      Lo

    • B.

      La

    • C.

      Me

    • D.

      Los

    Correct Answer
    A. Lo
    Explanation
    "Lo" is the correct pronoun to go with the noun "El sillon" because "sillon" is a masculine noun in Spanish. The pronoun "lo" is used to refer to a singular masculine noun.

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  • 8. 

    Which pronoun goes with this noun? el queso

    • A.

      Lo

    • B.

      Los

    • C.

      La

    • D.

      Me

    Correct Answer
    A. Lo
    Explanation
    The correct pronoun to go with the noun "el queso" is "lo". In Spanish, when referring to a masculine singular noun, the pronoun "lo" is used. In this case, "el queso" is a masculine singular noun, so the corresponding pronoun is "lo".

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  • 9. 

    Which pronoun goes with this noun? usted

    • A.

      Lo

    • B.

      La

    • C.

      Los

    • D.

      Me

    Correct Answer
    A. Lo
    Explanation
    The correct pronoun that goes with the noun "usted" is "lo". In Spanish, "usted" is a formal singular pronoun that is used to address someone respectfully. The pronoun "lo" is used to refer to a masculine singular noun, which is the case with "usted". Therefore, "lo" is the appropriate pronoun to use in this context.

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