Indirect object

1 The indirect object indicates the person, animal or thing where the action of the transitive verb is achieved or finished. The indirect object answers to the questions ¿a quién? or ¿para quién?, ?, and mentions the person, animal or thing that benefits from the action of the verb. Dale esto a Andrés . He… Continue reading Indirect object

Direct object

1 The direct object is the element of the clause that under goes the action of the verb. The Spanish school students always listen that the way to distinguish a direct objectfrom other complements is toturn the clause into passive; but the foreign students do not always stand up the passive. The verbs not admitting… Continue reading Direct object


1 The attributive clauses are build with copulative verbs (ser y estar) or half-attributive (parecer, resultar, quedar y llegar). If an adjective or past participle follows this type of verbs, the adjective must agree with the subject. The adjective and the past participle are attributes. La casa es blanca. (Copulative verb) Isabel está disgustada. (Copulative… Continue reading Attributes