i feel my devotion to duolingo slowing down with object pronouns. duolingo does not give rules for their use so i'm just guessing what goes where. anyone got a map i can follow?
Q. Can you tell more about object pronouns in Spanish?
"Le" is the indirect object pronoun, and it answers the question, "to whom?"
¿Le gusta la música? = Literally, Is the music pleasing to him/her? = Does he/she like the music? [it could also refer to "usted"]
¿Qué le dijo a usted? = What did he/she say to you?
The verb llamar is usually transitive, and "lo/la voy a llamar mañana" would also be correct, but in some regions people prefer to say "le llamo" instead. I am not a native speaker, but I think it just depends on the region/country.
vktr17 Follow these lessons, all is explained:
Everyone struggles with those at first. They're one of those lessons that you struggle with at first, but become second nature after a little while.Try reading through this:http://www.spanishdict.com/guide/direct-and-indirect-object-pronouns-in-spanish
Unit 4 of the above has 6 lessons on direct and indirect object pronouns (you will also be able to do the basic quiz, mini quiz and oral 1 for free without having to join up). It's a really useful grammar site with clear explanations and examples. It has really helped me to understand lessons in Duolingo where there is either no explanation or very little detail.