I me me me to me m t / vos you te you te to you ti / vos me you. L he/it lo him/it le (se) ella she/it la her/it le (se) to him/it to her/it. L, ello, s him/it ella, ello, s her/it. Usted you lo, la you le (se) to you usted, s you nosotros / nosotras vosotros / vosotras we nos us nos to us nosotros / nosotras us you os you os to you vosotros / vosotras you. Then it is attached to the verb as one word. Give me the book: when you have more than one pronoun, the indirect comes before the direct. If both pronouns begin with the letter l, then the first one (the indirect pronoun) is changed to se. He gave it to me: notice that the direct and indirect object forms for vos are both te, ello is also used as a neuter disjunctive pronoun meaning it.