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Object Pronouns

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Me (direct and indirect object pronoun)
You (informal, singular)(direct and indirect object pronoun)
You (plural) (indirect object pronoun)
Us (direct and indirect object pronoun)
Him (indirect object pronoun)
Him (direct object pronoun)
Her (indirect object pronoun)
Her (direct object pronoun)
Them (indirect object pronoun)
Them (feminine) (direct object pronoun)
Them (masculine) (direct object pronoun)
Ana las compró a los niños
Ana bought them for the children (feminine)(DO)
Ana les compró dulces
Ana bought them candy (IO)
Ana las compró
Ana bought them (feminine)(DO)
El gato lo come
The cat eats it (masculine)(DO)
¿Quién lo tiene?
Who has it? (masculine)(DO)
Voy a comerlo en la calle
I'm going to eat it on the street (masculine)(DO)
La estamos visitando
We are visiting her (DO)
Ellos la tocaron
They touched it (feminine)(DO)
Ella la tomó
She took it (feminine)(DO)
Ellos los están necesitando / Ellos están necesitándolos
They (masculine) are needing them (masculine)(DO)
Ayer los vi en el restaurante
I saw them at the restaurant yesterday (masculine)(DO)
Yo lo leo todos los días
I read it every day (masculine)(DO)
Pedro las va a comprar por la tarde / Pedro va a comprarlas por la tarde
Pedro is going to buy them in the afternoon (feminine)(DO)
José le regaló flores
Jose gave her flowers (IO)
La niña les compró caramelos a sus amigos en el supermercado
The girl bought candy for her friends at the supermarket (IO)
El mesero está aquí, le voy a pedir la cuenta
The waiter is here, I'm going to ask him for the bill (IO)
Voy a hacerles helado
I'm going to make ice cream for them (IO)
El policía le pidió a Juan su pasaporte
The policeman asked John for his passport (IO)
Ella nos lo pidió
She asked it from us (masculine)(IO)
Ana te lo está leyendo
Ana is reading it to you (masculine)(DO)
Los estudiantes me la cantaron
The students sang it to me (femenine)(DO/IO)
El guía nos lo dijo
The guide said it to us (masculine)(IO)
Ustedes me hicieron una torta deliciosa
You (plural) made me a delicious cake (IO)
Ustedes me la hicieron
You made it for me (femenine)(DO/IO)
Luis se lo compró
Luis bought it for them (masculine)(DO/IO)
Yo se los envié
I send them to him (masculine)(DO/IO)