Hi, The question might not be completely relevant to this topic. While using direct and indirect object pronouns for them (les/leur) .

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Hi, The question might not be completely relevant to this topic. While using direct and indirect object pronouns for them (les/leur) .

We check whether a preposition is used to seperate the object to decide whether it's direct or indirect. But how do we know when to use a preposition (for eg- "a parle" (so we use leur), for "conduire" we don't use a preposition (so it becomes les)). 
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Hi, The question might not be completely relevant to this topic. While using direct and indirect object pronouns for them (les/leur) .

We check whether a preposition is used to seperate the object to decide whether it's direct or indirect. But how do we know when to use a preposition (for eg- "a parle" (so we use leur), for "conduire" we don't use a preposition (so it becomes les)). 

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