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Old August 22, 2018, 04:28 PM
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I Don't Believe Him/Her/You

I’m trying to determine what to use when saying: “I don’t believe him / I don’t believe her / I don’t believe you (Usted).

Does “le” refer to him, her, and you (Usted) in the following sentence?

No “le” creo.

Is it correct to use “lo” for “him” in this sentence?
Is it correct to us “la” for “her” in this sentence?

Any and all input is appreciated.
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