Jul 10, 2018 - 07:46 AM
"Yo lo conocía" should also be correct.
Jul 10, 2018 - 06:32 PM
Le is technically correct but as you will learn later through native speakers, La and Lo are also correct. It can refer to Her (La) or Him (Lo) as well as using it as "it" feminine and masculine just depending on what context you are speaking in and what you are talking about as well. For example "I gave him" would be "yo LO di" or it also can be "yo LE di". Both are correct depending on where are on the map. Most cases it will be understood either way you say it. If you wanted to say "I gave it" as in "I gave it TO him" you could say "Yo lo di" and to complete it by using HIM you would say "yo lo di a el". The LO is being used in the place of the word "it". Hope that helps!
Aug 27, 2018 - 11:15 AM
Hi, this is an error, it should be "yo lo conocía" because it's a direct object pronoun. "Le" is actually accepted by the RAE when referring to a man and you'll hear some native speakers use "le" instead of "lo", especially in Spain. We will correct this as soon as possible, thanks for reporting!