Present tense of irregular verbs
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This chapter focuses on indirect object pronouns their form, position in the sentence, and contraction with direct object pronouns. It shows the position in a sentence of the indirect object pronoun follows similar rules to those for the direct object pronoun. The indirect object pronoun usually follows the verb and it is linked to it by a hyphen. The indirect object pronoun will also precede the verb in negative statements, in questions using interrogatives, after conjunctions, adverbs, certain adjectives and pronouns. When replacing both the indirect object and the direct object in a sentence, the respective pronouns will contract. In this case, the indirect object pronoun will precede the direct object pronoun. It uses similar examples, the contraction of the full set of indirect and direct object pronouns. Rewrite the sentences by replacing the direct object (underlined) with the appropriate direct object pronoun and by contracting it with the indirect object pronoun.