When an imperative in Spanish has two pronouns there is a specific order: first the indirect object pronoun (me, te, le, nos, os, les) and then the direct object pronoun (lo, la, las, los). These move after and combine with the verb to become a single word.
Have a look at these examples:
- The combined verb with pronouns now has an accent [´] even if didn't have one as a simple imperative with no pronouns, this is to maintain the pronunciation of the original verb.
- When le or les is combined with the direct object pronoun it becomes se. This is for pronunciation reasons. See Pronouns le / les become se when used with lo, la, los, las (indirect with direct pronouns).
- Conjugate regular -ar verbs in El Imperativo (affirmative commands)
- Pronouns le / les become se when used with lo, la, los, las (indirect with direct pronouns)