"La" is only used as the feminine for a direct object, correct? So in this example from the lesson the first "her" (se) is the indirect object of "dar" but the the second "her" is a direct object of "ver"?
Se lo daré cuando la vea.
I will give it to her when I see her.
If the second "her" were an indirect object, it would be "le", right? For example, is this correct?
Se lo daré cuando le hable.I will give it to her when I talk to her.
That is spot on!
...when I see her = cuando la vea (ver a alguien= to see someone; someone here would be a direct object -> la (fem.) lo (masc)
...when I talk to her = cuando le hable (hablar a alguien = to speak to someone; someone here would be an indirect object -> le (for feminine or masculine)
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