In lesson 4.10, Necesito darselo manana. translated I need to give it to him tomorrow. What are they literally saying. does that one word mean, to give it to him.


Necesito darselo mañana = I need to give it to him tomorrow.

Looking at the English translation, I am the subject, need to give is the verb, and it is the object of the verb.  To whom we need to give it to is the indirect object which here is him.

In the Spanish sentence, lo is the direct object pronoun and se is the indirect object pronoun.  In this case, they are attached to the infinitive.  This sentence can also be this:

Se lo necesito dar mañana.

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