Bonjour Madame Cécile !
A rule from the lesson states-
Position of Double Pronouns in French - in affirmative commands in the imperative mood (L'Impératif)
1.Adverbial pronouns en/y are placed after moi/toi/lui/nous/vous/leur and moi/toi become m' and t’
Can it be elaborated by using the following- en/ y are placed after moi/toi/lui/l’/nous/vous/leur/les.
Accompagne-l’y ! -> Accompany him there ! (Here, l’ is a direct object which is better as compared to lui)
Conduis-les-y ! -> Drive them there ! (Here too, les is a direct object used instead of leur)
I would like to know whether direct object too satisfy this rule or only indirect object pronouns(as mentioned in the rule) could be used before en/y ?
2.Cover your head ! Couvrez-vous-la! OR Couvrez-la-vous!
The verb used is “se couvrir” but would ‘la’ precede ‘vous’ ?
“Vous” here is a Reflexive Pronoun but it behaves like an indirect object pronoun as the accepted answer was ‘Couvrez-la-vous !’
But a Kwiziq lesson states the following pattern that reflexive pronouns precede direct object pronouns-
Reflexive + direct object (double pronouns)
Je serais vraiment reconnaissant de recevoir votre aide.
Merci encore !