Direct Object in Spanish
Direct object is object that is influenced directly by the verb.
|Direct Object Pronouns
La amo mucho. I love her so much.
No te vi ayer. I did not see you yesterday.
Like reflexive pronouns, they are put before the conjugated verb, and could be replaced at the end of the infinitive or progressive verbs.
Quiero mirarte algún día/Te quiero mirar algún día. I want to see you someday.
Also, pronouns have to be attached at the end of imperative form of a verb.
¡Tómalo! Take it!
Direct object might be easy to understand, but it can be confused with indirect object.