In the affirmative imperative, pronouns follow the verb and are connected to it and to one another with hyphens, in this order:
|1||2 . . . 3|
|Montre-le-moi.||Show it to me.|
|Donnons-la-leur.||Let’s give it to them.|
|Emmenez-les-y.||Take them there.|
|Donne-m’en.||Give me some.|
Remember that moi and toi are stressed forms that can only be used when at the end of the command. When they precede y or en, they revert back to me and teand are therefore obliged to contract to m’ and t’.