Gulliver wrote:They are used differently and in different circumstances, depending upon who or what the speaker is referring to :
Me = me or to myself
te = you or to yourself
se = impersonal, for the reflexive infinitive, reflexive forms of Ud., Uds., él, ellos, ella, ellas.
Le = an indirect object for third person all forms, and for direct objects that are people.
It will all come together with enough practice
I'm no linguist, but I always thought that 'se' was used for el / ella / usted, and that 'les' was for ellos / ellas ?