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Old May 01, 2019, 03:32 AM
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Lo vs le

No lo pagues. (Don’t pay him.) him = Direct object pronoun

Is ‘him’ direct or indirect here? Could we assume the direct object is implied (e.g. money), which would make 'him' indirect (le: No le pagues.)

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