LO – HIM, YOU [FORMAL], IT
Lo is a direct object pronoun in Spanish. What does it mean? Let’s see.
Spanish direct object pronouns can be used to refer to people, animals, objects, and ideas
The Spanish word lo can be translated into English as him, you, and it.
Let’s see some examples!
• Lo quiero mucho. (I love him very much.)
• ¿Lo quieres? (Do you want it?)
• Lo vi la semana pasada. (I saw you [formal] last week)
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