Why is "Lo" put in front of a statement vs. yo?
I am in Spanish 1020 at a university. (Spanish II) It has been 7 years since I have taken the first half and am struggling greatly.
There are "basic" things that I am just not grasping. We are in the preterite tense at the moment.
Why is "Lo" put in front of a statement vs. yo? I am sure this is a lesson from previous chapters, I just cannot find it. If you need a specific example, I can give one.
Thank you for any help you can give me!
I agree with Beth, you can also check these out:
Also have a look at this reference article.
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Check out lesson 2.3 for a start.