In this sentence: "Les lazo la pelota y deben apagarla con las dos manos."
I throw you the ball, and you must stop it with two hands.
I don't understand the use of 'Les" is it referring to 'you"?
In this case, "Les" is used as the indirect object pronoun representing "ustedes" (you all plural in a formal way), indicating that the action is directed toward a group of people.
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