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Object pronouns with the Imperative

Are the following sets of plural imperatives correct (the direct object pronoun 'lo' replaces 'el libro'):

Buy it / Don't buy it:
Compradlo / No lo compréis (informal)
Cómprenlo / No lo compren (formal)

Buy it for me / Don't buy it for me:
Comprádmelo / No me lo compréis (informal)
Cómprenmelo / No me lo compren (formal)

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Are the following sets of plural imperatives correct (the direct object pronoun 'lo' replaces 'el libro'):

Buy it / Don't buy it:
Compradlo / No lo compréis (informal)
Cómprenlo / No lo compren (formal)

Buy it for me / Don't buy it for me:
Comprádmelo / No me lo compréis (informal)
Cómprenmelo / No me lo compren (formal)

Thank you.

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