|4.17 Redundant personal pronouns|
To school I go. My steak he eats. Fun we have.
In Spanish the word order is not that strict and constructions where the object is in the beginning of the sentence are quite common. If such a construction with a leading object is used the personal pronoun of the object must be repeated before the verb.
|redundant personal pronouns with leading direct and indirect object|
In English the pronoun (in the example them, it, anything) are redundant. In Spanish you just can't "forget" to repeat the pronouns. That would be false.
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