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Old February 21, 2023, 10:50 AM
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Lejos de odiarlo o de temerle


Sin embargo, nuestros padres (Dios los tenga en su santa Gloria),
lejos de odiarlo o de temerle, complacíanse aún en ponderar sus
descomunales hazañas, ...

Not that I were completely ignorant about lo/le, but as a student I'm still frustrated. Odiar and temer look like just two grammatically equivalent verbs to me. How am I supposed to internalize the difference?

I can just memorize the case (with the articles in English it turned out to be the soundest approach ); is there a better way?
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