The construction of the Spanish direct object pronouns is a bit different from English. The direct object comes before the verb, not afterwards. Remember, the direct object is the object that the action in the sentence is happening to.
Now that you understand the concept of the direct object (i.e., the object to which the action is being done in a sentence), you are ready to look at the concept of the Spanish indirect object pronouns. An indirect object is the person or thing for whom an action is being or has been performed, usually indicated in English by the words “to” or “for.” Check this lesson out for more.
Now that you’ve learned about the Spanish direct and indirect object pronouns, what happens if you want to use them together? This lesson shows you the correct usage and gives a ton of audio examples!
The words that, which, and who are not just used in questions. They are used in statements, too. And when they are used in statements they are called relative pronouns. For more on Spanish relative pronouns check this lesson out.
Mauricio Evlampieff: Rocket Spanish