Is "te" the indirect object pronoun of this sentence? If so, why use the indirect object pronoun if the verb is already conjugated?
Sé cómo te sientes. — I know how you feel.
Is "te" the indirect object pronoun? If so, why do I need "te" if the conjugated verb already indicates "tú"? Doesn't the sentence mean "I know how you feel" without "te"?
Is this a case where the conjugated verb is indicating the indirect object? I thought the conjugation always indicated the direct object (the who or what).
Thank you for any assistance, I am sure the answer is stupidly simple but this is very confusing to me.