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"El maestro los lee" would mean that the teacher reads THEM. "El maestro les lee" means the teacher reads TO them.


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This link about the usage of pronouns lo(s), la(s), le(s) might be useful. Basically, lo and la are pronouns used to refer to the direct complement in a sentence, while le is used to refer to a indirect complement. Lets see the parts of the sentence in your example. Its clear that "el maestro" is the subject and "lee" is the verb. Then you could say that ...


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"Los" can both mean "them" or "the". For example: "cuidado con los bandidos" and "la niñera nueva los cuida muy bien" are both correct uses of "los". However, in your example it wouldn't be right. Either "nos" or "les" would be correct, the first meaning he reads US a book, and the second meaning he reads THEM a book. "Los" would be an improper use in that ...


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It is not necessary. Añadiremos aceite al motor cuando lo necesite. has the same meaning of (Nosotros) (le) añadiremos aceite al motor cuando lo necesite. Añadir is transitive. Aceite is the direct objet and motor stands for the indirect. Le is a pronoun referring to el motor. According to the RAE rules for pronouns we use "le" as a pronoun ...


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Tu means two things in Spanish: you, of yours or simply your. In other words tu is both, a personal pronoun (in the form of Tú) as well as the possessive pronoun (in the form of Tu). The sentence "Ella es tu unica hermana" can only be translated as: She is your only sister. If you would like to say "She is his only sister" you would need to say: ...



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