When you have two object pronouns in a sentence these pronouns will always appear in the Id order (first indirect and than the direct object pronoun)*
If you would also have a reflexive pronoun in the sentence, the reflexive pronoun precedes the any other pronoun.
Examples: do you wash your hands alot? (Replacing your hands gor :Las) Te las lavas mucho?
If both pronouns begin with the letter I the first one is changed to se
|Le lo/les lo||become:||se lo|
|Le los/les los||become:||se los|
|Le la/les la||become:||se la|
|Le las/les las||become:||se las|
-In an affirmative statement with one verb the object pronouns will immediately precede the conjugated verb. Examples:
Juan me lo dio.
Yo se la regale.
-In a negative sentence with one verb the object pronouns are placed between the word no( or other term of negation) and the conjugated verb. Examples:
Juan no me lo dio
Yo no se la regale
- In a affirmative statement ,negative sentence or question wit htwo verbs( first verb is conjugated and second one in the infinitive form) there are two options:
Place object pronouns directly before the first verb
Examples: yo te lo wuiero contar. Yo no se los voy a comprar.
Attach the object pronouns directly to the second verb.
Examples: yo quiero contartelo. Yo no voy a comprarselos
Even though the principal purpose of any pronoun is to replace a noun. Often it is clearer or more emphatic to use both the pronoun and a + the (pro) noun. This is done primarily with the indirect pronoun and more frequently with some verbs (see the list). The indirect object is usually in the third person.