the sentence, i paste it on the wall
here , is , the wall the indirect obj. pronoun?
That sentence in Spanish would be:
Lo pego en la pared.
In this case, pared is not a direct or indirect object. It's simply a noun in a "place phrase": en la pared. In Spanish this functionality is called "complemento de lugar".
There is no indirect object in that sentence.
You have though a direct object pronoun which is "lo" (it)
What do I paste? "I paste it" - it (lo) is the direct object.
The wall is just the indirect object.
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