Doesn't "lo" mean "the thing"?

Simon

Kwiziq language super star

14 January 2019

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Doesn't "lo" mean "the thing"?

I always thought "lo" meant "the thing", is this correct in some other context?

This question relates to:
Spanish lesson "Using neutral article Lo + adverb/adjective + que + verb in Spanish"

Shui

Kwiziq language super star

14 January 2019

14/01/19

Hola Simon

You are right, "lo" can mean "the thing" in certain contexts. Take a look at this lesson about "lo que" and relative pronouns.

"Lo" can be used many different ways, here's a page that can help: Neutral pronoun "lo".

Saludos 

Shui

Simon

Kwiziq language super star

14 January 2019

14/01/19

Perfect thank you!

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