In this question (I waited for them), it appears to me that "them" is an indirect object pronoun. Below, Gruff, a Kwiziq team member says this. However, this question is answered by using a direct object pronoun. I got it wrong when I used the indirect pronoun. Which is it? I would appreciate having this clarified as I keep getting this question and I don't know how to answer it. Thanks,
I'm wondering this too, Lisa. When we say, "Espero el autobus" then "el autobus" would be the direct object. So if I say, "Espero a mis amigos" should "a mis amigos" not be a direct object as well?
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