The accusative forms are used when the action affects someone directly.
And the dative forms when it is about someone receiving something.
Usually it's like in Spanish when it comes to the 3rd person singular:
The accusative is lo
and the dative is le
I love her = La
amo = O
I will kill him = Lo
voy a matar = Îl
voi ucide (acusative)
I give her a book = Le
doy un libro = Îi
dau o carte (dative)
So if you don't know whether to use for example te
just translate your sentence into Spanish, put it into 3rd person singular
and if its lo/la
then it's likely to be accusative and if it's le
But the usage of these can sometimes be obscure or even illogical
because Romanian is a highly irregular language like:
I am playing - mă
I like her - îmi
she likes me - mă
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