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Old February 04, 2013, 08:27 PM
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Indirect object pronouns

Would this sentence ever be used, or is this a bad example? Seems like double use of "them". I understand using "ellos" to make "them" more specific. Am I correct in being confused? Any thoughts?

"No les voy a comprar nada a ellos."*



*example from Living Language Spanish course
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