I have some confusion about placement of direct objects (DO) and indirect objects (IO) in spanish sentences, especially with complex verbs.
I understand the IO and DO come after the subject pronoun, and after negation (like in "no"), and before conjugated verbs. They can also be placed after infinitive verbs.
Which of the following is correct, and which is also preferred, or more commonly used, for the phrase "You prefer to give it to him" ?
se lo prefieres dar
se prefieres darlo
Also, are there cases when an object pronoun would be placed between the conjugated and infinitive verbs?