I am never going to be able to hear the difference between gli and li.
I am so lost with these... how do I know it is "them"??
Lei = she and li is the pronoun meaning 'them' - it's masculine plural.
Difference between le and li? Only because of gender thus implying that "lei li trova" means "she finds them(masculine"?
That's right, I did some research about that and it turns out that 'li' replaces masculine plural nouns and 'le' feminine plural nouns.
Just so I know, can I say, "Lei trova loro" and it would be correct?
Yes, although it's less common.
Why can't this translate as "She meets them"?
Meet is "incontra" while "trova" is to find