It's idiomatic. :wink: She didn't know what "click on" meant, so I introduced her to the computer mouse (i.e., I showed her what it was and how to use it). :DOriginally Posted by blacknomi
'introduce' is a double object verb, but there's no movement:
1. introduce (verb) her (direct object) to the mouse (indirect object)
2. introduce (verb) the mouse (direct object) to her (indirect object)
In 1. she is going to learn more about the mouse, whereas in 2. the mouse is going to learn more about her.
She introduced me to him. (I was introduced first)
She introduced him to me. (He was introduced first)
All the best, :D