Hello, do I understand correctly that en is used here because there are two object pronouns? Pierre m'en a offert.
First thing -- welcome aboard.
The form of this verb offrir is "offrir (qch) à (qqu)" so to take your query "Pierre m'en a offert."
The subject: "Pierre", Indirect object: "me" and "en" pronoun which represents some of "it" or "them" (de cela).
Hope this helps.
In order to understand the context, could you quote the lesson or question that you are having difficulty with, please?
Yes, it would be this one: Position of Double Pronouns in French - Indirect Object Pronoun + "en"
I'm sorry if I'm not directly replying to you or something, it's just that I'm still extremely new to this forum, and I don't know how to do certain things yet.
Thank you so much!
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