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Old March 08, 2016, 05:43 AM
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Unhappy Direct Object Pronouns: Where do they go in this case?

Hi,

So what I want to say in Spanish is 'It has made me understand HER better as a person who gives advice' and I have come up with this:

Me ha hecho la comprender mejor como una persona que da consejos.

But I was unsure whether I put the 'la' in the correct place - can anyone confirm if I'm right?

Thank you,
Mary
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When you have an infinitive, the DO pronoun is attached to its end: "comprenderla".

When there is a conjugated verb, then the pronoun goes before the verb: "Creo que ahora la comprendo mejor".
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