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May 19, 2017 - 07:52 AM
In this example it's perfectly fine to use "die" as "them" if we're referring to objects, and not people.
Here it's an isolated example so we have no context, but let's say we're talking about suitcases or tickets for example, then
"Will you take THEM home with (you) tomorrow evening?" can be:
Nehmen Sie DIE morgen Abend nach Hause mit? OR: Nehmen Sie SIE morgen Abend nach Hause mit?
Both are fine.
If we were referring to people though, like the children or some friends for example, then we'd have to use "sie" and not "die":
Nehmen Sie SIE morgen Abend nach Hause mit?
"Ihnen" is not possible here since it's an indirect pronoun (meaning "to them") so it wouldn't make sense here.
These pronouns issues are quite complex in German, so don't hesitate to watch tutorial 7 again to clarify things, and you'll see it all comes with practice.
Hope this helps, good luck with the rest of level 4!