In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(como objeto indirecto)
1.1le dije la verdad — I told her the truth
- le di otra mano de barniz — I gave it another coat of varnish
- no tengo por qué darle explicaciones a nadie — I don't have to explain myself to anyone
- el dinero le sería muy útil — she would find the money very useful
- tengo que regarle las plantas a la vecina — I have to water my neighbor's plants
- no te le acerques, que muerde — don't go near it, it bites
- le robó el dinero a su padre — he stole the money from his father
- explícale al señor qué pasó — explain to the man what happened
- ¡qué rápido le crece el pelo a Cristina! — doesn't Cristina's hair grow quickly?
- a este libro le faltan páginas — there are some pages missing from this book
- no te le pongas delante — don't stand in front of her
- cuando se le murió el marido — when her husband died
1.2a nadie le gusta que le digan esas cosas — nobody likes having that kind of thing said to them
2Spain(como objeto directo)himyoua Enrique le conozco desde que era niño — I've known Enrique since he was a boy
- hoy no le puedo recibir — I can't see you today
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