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The word "Lo" has multiple uses.
Spanish has next to the femenine and masculine gender, a third gender, the neuter.
|Uses||Sample sentences||English translation|
|lo + adjective||quality or abstract idea||Rafael siempre veo lo bueno de las cosas.||Rafael always sees the bright side of things.|
|lo + adjective / adverb + que||Emphasizing the adjective or adverb||Tu jefe se da cuenta de lo duro que trabajas.||Your boss realizes how hard you work.|
Direct object pronouns can replace the direct object nouns in a sentence.
|Neuter||lo||it||abstract idea; unnamed activity; previous statement|
|Masculine||lo||it, him||what? whom?|
|Feminine||la||it, her||what? whom?|
These phrases serve as relative pronouns (that, what, that which).
This phrase generally means "the matter concerning".
El gobierno español fue informado sobre lo de Podemos. (The Spanish government was informed about the Podemos matter.)
|Expression||English translation||Sample sentences||English translation|
|a lo mejor||probably||Si mañana hace buen tiempo a lo mejor iré a nadar.||I'll probably go swimming tomorrow if the weather is ok.|
|a lo largo de||throughout||Los aviones aterrizan a lo largo de todo el día.||Airplanes are landing throughout the day.|
|por lo menos||at least||José necesita perder por lo menos 5 kilos.||José needs to lose at least 5 kilos.|
|por lo tanto||as a result, so||Este hotel sale caro, por lo tanto, tenemos que buscar otro sitio.||This hotel is too expensive, so we have to look for another place.|
|por lo general||generally||Por lo general, la gente de pueblo es muy tranquila.||Villagers are generally very quiet.|
|por lo pronto||for now||Por lo pronto, tenemos bastante dinero.||For now we have enough money.|
|por lo visto||apparently||Por lo visto, Juan no ha venido a la oficina hoy.||Juan hasn't apparently come to the office today.|
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