Confusion on direct and indirect object pronouns, supplement to prior

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Confusion on direct and indirect object pronouns, supplement to prior

Oops.  The webpage cut out part of my response.  Right after I wrote

Hacer + Infinitive, the second paragraph contains;

and here I quoted from the lesson:

     .."There is a tendency to use indirect pronouns me,te,le,nos,os,les when the verb in intransitive. However, if the verb is transitive, we usually use direct object pronouns me,te,lo,la,nos,os,los,las.

That's where I asked if this is misprint, or is referring to common mistakes that we make?

  The remainder of my comment got posted correctly.  Hope that my points are more clear now.

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Confusion on direct and indirect object pronouns, supplement to prior

Oops.  The webpage cut out part of my response.  Right after I wrote

Hacer + Infinitive, the second paragraph contains;

and here I quoted from the lesson:

     .."There is a tendency to use indirect pronouns me,te,le,nos,os,les when the verb in intransitive. However, if the verb is transitive, we usually use direct object pronouns me,te,lo,la,nos,os,los,las.

That's where I asked if this is misprint, or is referring to common mistakes that we make?

  The remainder of my comment got posted correctly.  Hope that my points are more clear now.

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