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What is 'le' doing there?

De-Oppresso-Liber

De-Oppresso-Liber

This is in lesson 4.8 in language and culture. In lesson 4.8 it is teaching direct and indirect object stuff Jorge le pide los libros a Carla = Jorge asks Carla for the books Jorge se los pide = Jorge asks her for them What I don't understand is what the 'le' is doing there. Pide (verb), los = the, libros (inderect objects), Carla (direct object) oh oh oh!!! does the le indicat the Carla is the direct object and not the books??? ~James
ricardo-rich

ricardo-rich

Hola James, Here is a video regarding direct & indirect pronoun usage that I think will help you. . https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZoQTuioUM80&list=UUqN89hgtELlpvzsbVNUvy7A&index=41&feature=plpp_video Saludos, Rich
De-Oppresso-Liber

De-Oppresso-Liber

Muchas gracias. Un grande ayudar. :-)
ricardo-rich

ricardo-rich

James, De nada amigo. Me alegro que el vidéo fue útil para tí .Me lo fue muy útil a mí tambien. Saludos, Rich

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