te, se, nos vs le, les
We replace le or les with "se" when there are two object pronouns in the sentence, both starting with "l", for example: le lo ..., le las... In these cases the indirect pronoun becomes "se". Here is a lesson on this precise content. Have a look.
When le/les become se
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