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Old August 11, 2016, 02:38 PM
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Direct vs Indirect?

I missed something here. The direct object receives and the indirect object gives.

Here is an example from each section of my book.

Direct object: María lo ama. lo is the direct object.
Indirect object: Me gusta nadar. Me gusta is the indirect object.

The direct object makes since as lo is definitely receiving love. But what is Me gusta giving?
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