I understand when the pronoun replace a thing use Los or Las, lo or la but the quiz is using Los to replace a miguel y a Jose. is the hing that an artricle is in front of the names
lo, la, los, las are direct object pronouns that refer to both things and peple.
So, the verb "to see": ver is a transitive verb, and what/who you see is a direct object (I see it, I see him, I see them..). You need the direct pronouns here.
A Miguel y a José los veo todos los días.
Miguel and José, I see them every day.
The structure of this sentence may confuse you a bit as it's using the "a ..." which may make you think of an indirect object pronoun maybe? (les) - but Miguel and José are direct objects.
I see Miguel and José - I see them - Los veo (los because "Miguel and José" are masculine)
I see houses - I see them - Las veo (las because "casas" is feminine)
I see a car - I see it - Lo veo (lo because "coche" is masculine)
Here is the lesson for le, les (indirect object pronouns)
I hope this clarified it.
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