In the comments to this question, several (as in "strictly more than one") users have suggested to add a canonical question about the "required duplicate indirect object", i. e., the need to have both a noun and a pronoun referring to the same indirect object in sentences such as
- A los españoles les llevó años reconquistar la Península Ibérica
The relevant suggestion in What topics do we need canonical answers for? has several upvotes, so I write this question to discuss which question should we canonize for this purpose. I see several options:
Canonize What is the role of the “le” in the sentence “Miguel le dio a su novia un anillo.”?: This is the only question on the topic that is not marked as duplicate.
Canonize Redundant indirect object pronoun “preguntémosle al estupido / a él”: as I said in the mentioned comment thread, I prefer this one because I think my answer there is more complete because it says when it is optional and when it is required.
Write a new question and answer.
I have written community-wiki answers for options 1. and 2. If you agree with one of these options, please upvote the relevant answer. If you agree with option 3., please write an answer saying what you think should be included in the new answer (just a summary, I do not think a full, final version is needed yet).
We can then implement the most upvoted option if it reaches a certain threshold of votes (maybe 3?).