Using "les" vs. "los" as pronouns

DanteC1Kwiziq community member

Using "les" vs. "los" as pronouns

Why do the pronouns that refer to the grandparents collectively switch between "les" and "los" in the text? For example: "Los visito siempre que puedo y nunca les he visto tan felices en mi vida." 


Asked 3 months ago
InmaKwiziq team member

Hola Dante,

Thanks for spotting this. They should be "los" as a direct object pronoun referring tho "them". We corrected it.

Inma

Using "les" vs. "los" as pronouns

Why do the pronouns that refer to the grandparents collectively switch between "les" and "los" in the text? For example: "Los visito siempre que puedo y nunca les he visto tan felices en mi vida." 


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