Kwiziq community member
26 September 2018
Why the “le” in “Tú le das el biberón a tu hijo”?
This question relates to:Spanish lesson "Conjugate dar in El Presente (present tense)"
Kwiziq language super star
27 September 2018
This "le" refers to "your son". It is an indirect object pronoun. Although it is clear in the sentence who the bottle is given to with "a tu hijo", sometimes we make it even clearer by adding "le/les" (to him/her/them).
There is a lesson coming up soon (for a higher level, though) about this. I hope this is clear for you now.
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