Indefinite Pronoun Exercises For Spanish Grammar

Indefinite pronouns in Spanish are words that refer to people, things, or quantities in an imprecise or non-specific way. Some examples of indefinite pronouns are: algo (something), alguien (someone), alguno (some), nada (nothing), nadie (nobody), ninguno (none), mucho (much), poco (little), otro (other), tanto (so much), varios (several), and so on. In the following exercises, you will find fill-in-the-blank sentences to practice and improve your knowledge of indefinite pronouns in Spanish grammar. These exercises will help you better understand the use of indefinite pronouns in various contexts. Remember to read the hint provided next to the correct answer to ensure you fully grasp the proper use of the indefinite pronoun in each sentence.

Exercise 1: Fill in the blanks with the appropriate indefinite pronoun

Exercise 2: Fill in the blanks with the appropriate indefinite pronoun

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