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|1. Order of Object Pronouns|
Two object pronouns are often used together in the same sentence; for example: he gave me them or he gave them to me. In Spanish, you should always put the indirect object pronoun BEFORE the direct object pronoun.
Spanish often uses pronouns in combination with nouns in a way that seems redundant to English native speakers. Note the use of indirect object pronouns as well as noun direct objects in the following:
|I've given it to your boyfriend.||Se lo he dado a tu novio.|
|I'm going to tell my brothers and sisters||Les voy a decir a mis hermanos|