Indirect Object Pronouns
Indirect Objects are the part of the sentence that describes who the action is being done to. For example, in the sentence "I gave the ticket to the man" the phrase "to the man" is the indirect object because it tells us who the ticket was given to. The indirect object pronouns are the words that take the place of the noun. The pronouns in Spanish are provided as follows:
me - to me te - to you le - to you (formal), to him, to her nos - to us os - to you (plural) les - to you (plural, formal), to them
El hombre me explica el problema. - The man explains the problem to me.
Yo te muestro las fotos. - I show the photos to you.
Te digo todo que sé. - I tell you all that I know.