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Spanish Object Pronouns

meme
teyou (sing, fam)
lehim / it, you (sing, pol)
laher / it, you (sing, pol)
loit
nosus
osyou (pl, fam)
les / los them, you (pl, pol, masculine)
lasthem, you (pl, pol, feminine)

Object pronouns generally precede the verb.

When used with infinitives, object pronouns are added to the end of the infinitive.

When used with commands (imperative), pronouns are added to the end of the imperative form.

If you are using an indirect pronoun to mean to me, to you, etc (although to might not always be necessarily said in English), you generally use the following :

meto me
teto you (sing, fam)
leto him / to her, to you (sing, pol)
nos to us
osto you (pl, fam)
les to them, to you (pl, pol)

 
 
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