Juan trajo unas flores a Ana.Juan brought Ana some flowers.
Juan le trajo unas flores.Juan brought her some flowers. (To whom? To Ana).
Why is le used instead of se. Se means her
Le duele la pierna.
His/her/your leg hurts. here you use le for her too. is other place wrong?
I went and got link. Pronombre de complemento indirecto: Pronoun Type. How to use Pronombre de complemento indirecto in Spanish (kwiziq.com)
I think you may have got confused with the le/se showing on the table.
The indirect object pronoun for him and her is "le" - the table is showing le/se because in specific occasions the le turns into se. Here is a lesson for this: when le/les become se
I can see how the table can lead you to think that le is for him and se is for her, so I'm adding a little note to clarify this.
I hope this helps.
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