|4.7 le and lo|
|le and les is the pronoun of the indirect object - in principle:|
The problem you will find is that
sometimes le and
les (the pronouns
of the direct object) are used instead of lo
and los. There
is again a rule to this exception: Only if the object
is a male person the pronoun of the direct object can
be le or les.
This substitution is not made in all of the Spanish
speaking countries but it is generally considered correct.
If the object is a female person, a thing or an animal this substitution is not permitted.
The following summary should give you a good overview:
|le and lo, les and los|
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