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him(hɪm; unstressed ɪm)
Him can be the object of a verb or preposition. You use him to refer to a man, boy, or male animal that has already been mentioned, or whose identity is known.
Don't use 'him' as the indirect object of a sentence when you are referring to the same person as the subject. Instead use himself.
I saw him → lo vi
look at him! → ¡míralo!
I have never seen HIM → a él no lo or (also Sp) le he visto nunca
you must tell him the truth → tienes que decirle la verdad
yes of course I gave him the book → sí, claro que le di el libro
yes of course I gave them to him → sí, claro que se los di
I gave the book to HIM not his sister → le di el libro a él no a su hermana
I'm speaking to HIM not you → le estoy hablando a él, no a ti
give it to him when you go to Liverpool → dáselo cuando vayas a Liverpool
I gave it to HIM not Charlotte → se lo di a él no a Charlotte
him[ˈhɪm ˈɪm] pron
I can see him → Je le vois.
I saw him → Je l'ai vu.
Look at him! → Regarde-le!
Give him a book → Donne-lui un livre.
I gave him a book → Je lui ai donné un livre.
I told him the truth → Je lui ai dit la vérité.
him[hɪm] pers pron
I hear him → lo sento
I heard him → l'ho sentito
I've never seen HIM → lui, non l'ho mai visto