I have a hard time figuring out when to use "se" and when to use "le" or "lo"....but i hear it alot!
I have a hard time figuring out when to use "se" and when to use "le" or "lo"....but i hear it alot! HELP!
This is from yahoo answers te = to you le = to him/to her/to it lo = him/it (replacing a masculin Direct Object) la = her/it (replacing a femenine Direct Object)
TE, and LE are pronouns that replace an Indirect Object.
Le queda bien la camisa?
That LE means TO HIM (it could be also TO HER, but usually "camisas" are only worn by males, so 'to him")
SE is a pronoun usually working with reflexive verbs in third person:
Ella SE peina = She combs her hair El SE prepara = He gets ready
Also SE can mean 'to him", "to her", "to it", but only when in the same sentence there is a Direct Object pronoun LO. In that case, instead of using the regular Indirect Object pronoun LE, you have to use SE:
Yo LE doy la camisa (I give the shirt to him) Yo SE LA doy (I give it to him) , because "camisa" is feminine you have to use LA
Yo can not say: Yo LE LA doy.
Lo is a direct object singular(or third person) pronoun.
Le is the indirect object singular (or third person) pronoun.
When le and lo appear in the same sentance the le becomes se.
por exemplo (para la captitula)
Juan le lo da
Juan se lo da
You asked about se, le, and lo and that is all in Paralee's video lesson 2.3 Parties with Direct and Indirect Pronouns She breaks it all down really well.