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los is an article. The right pronoun in this case is ellos. Otherwise it is a perfectly correct sentence, with a couple corrections: Muchas gracias por tus excelentes libros y videos. He aprendido mucho de ellos.


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Sí, se puede terminar una oración con un pronombre. Esta te suena mal, porque el pronombre (que no artículo) los está en acusativo, y cuando se usa preposición, el pronombre de 3ª persona plural que debe usarse es ellos. Les y los se usan siempre sin preposición, y cuando van tras el verbo se escriben junto a él. Sin embargo, ese tipo de construcción, ...


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You can (you use the pronoun to refer to something that you have already named in the same sentence), but when you are saying ... he aprendido mucho de los. you are actually ending the sentence with an articucle, not a pronoun. That's why it sounds off. You are actually saying, "I have learnt a lot form the", not "I have learnt a lot from them". Some ...


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The answer from guifa is very good. Please notice that in several regions of Spain people uses this forms in the wrong way. It's a phenomena known as "leísmo" when they use le form instead of lo/la and "laísmo" when they use lo/la instead of le. As far as I know, it does not happens on south america.



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