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I don't believe him or her.
No le creo a él o ella.

Seems that in indrect object pronoun is being used, correct?
What is the indirect object here?

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I dont believe him or her.

No le creo a él o ella.


I dont believe him.

Yo no creo a él - Yo no le creo. (indirect object)

El es el destinatario de la acción y será el objeto indirecto.

He is the recipient of the action and will be the indirect object


I dont believe her.

Yo no creo a ella - Yo no la creo. (indirect object)

Ella es la destinataria de la acción y será el objeto indirecto.

She is the recipient of the action and will be the indirect object


  • El objeto indirecto es la función sintáctica que se le adjudica al destinatario de la acción.

¿Quién es el destinatario de la acción?

  • The indirect object is the syntactic function assigned to the recipient of the action.

Who is the recipient of the action?


Notas Importantes a Recordar / Important Notes to Remember

  • El Objeto indirecto indica la persona o cosa a quien va destinada la acción verbal; suele ir precedido de la preposición "a" o "para".
  • The indirect object indicates the person or thing to whom the verbal action is intended; It is usually preceded by the preposition "a" or "para".
  • El objeto indirecto es la función sintáctica que se le adjudica al destinatario de la acción.
  • The indirect object is the syntactic function assigned to the recipient of the action.
  • Los pronombres que sustituyen al objeto directo son: me, te, lo, la, nos, os, los, las.
  • The pronouns that replace the direct object are; me, te, lo, la, nos, os, los, las.
  • Los que sustituyen al objeto indirecto son: me, te, le, nos, os, les.
  • Those that replace the indirect object are: me, te, le, nos, os, les.
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  • I don't believe him. I don't know why you write all your answers in English, too. We would just use: Important Reminders.
    – Lambie
    Sep 18 at 15:54

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