"Elas o pagam."
Translation:They pay him.
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I have a question concerning this type of sentences. I'm wondering how it is possible to what is paid in this situation. My solution is 'They pay it', whereas the answer is 'They pay him', but I see no direct evidence that points to 'him'. How can I know it should be 'They pay him', instead of 'They pay it'? Thanks in advance
In Catalan O (meaning it) is pretty much the same: "HO", and in Occitan too: "O". And both are pronounced as in Portuguese. Well in Portuguese they pronounce something between an o and a u but in Occitan and Catalan (except in some dialects, I think) it's always pronounced as a u.