Direct and Indirect Object Pronouns
But first, let's review Spanish direct and indirect object pronoun forms!
Spanish Direct Object Pronoun and Indirect Object Pronoun Forms
|Direct Object Pronoun||Indirect Object Pronoun||English|
|lo, la||him, her, it, you|
|los, las||them, you (all)|
And now for the rules!
When direct and indirect object pronouns are used together in a sentence, the indirect object pronoun comes before the direct object pronoun.
Notice that when object pronouns are attached to a verb, it's often necessary to add an accent in order to preserve the natural stress of the verb.
Changing Le to Se
The indirect object pronouns le and les change to se when followed by the direct object pronouns lo, la, los and las.
le/les -> se before lo, la, los, las