John gives you the money.
The indirect object pronouns le and les change to se when followed by the direct object pronouns lo, la, los and las. SpanishDict is devoted to improving our site based on user feedback and introducing new and innovative features that will continue to help people learn and love the Spanish language.
Direct and Indirect Object Pronouns in Spanish. In fact, even when you identify the person by name, you must still use an Indirect Object pronoun: Marcos nos trajo la comida a nosotros.
I the subject the person for whom we conjugate the verb give the verb [transitive] transfers action to an object -requires an object a ticket direct object receives the action of TO GIVE - it's what is given. Ella les escribe una carta.
Ella le escribe una carta.
Indirect Objects Ursinus: Juan te da a ti el dinero. Send us your feedback. No quiero decir te la verdad. Ella les escribe a ustedes una carta. Indirect Objects.
Ella nunca se lo compra. My grandfather bought them for them. Marcos brought it to us. Indirect Object Pronouns Colby: Send us your feedback.
I give him [or her] a ticket. Keanu besa a la profe here la profe is the direct object and gets all the kissing action. I have to replace Thomas' name with the pronoun in English - I can't use both in English.