boonerileycat
  • boonerileycat
Which sentence requires the personal a? Fabián tiene ___ hermano. Marisol obedece ____ reglas. Dile ___ encargado. Tengo ____ amigos. Samuel mira ____ Pedro.
MIT 21F Spanish I - IV (OCW)
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boonerileycat
  • boonerileycat
@Corobicí can you help me on this one?
boonerileycat
  • boonerileycat
@goalieboy you know this?
goalieboy
  • goalieboy
@boonerileycat the answer will be D

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boonerileycat
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@goalieboy thank you!
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  • goalieboy
your welcome @boonerileycar
anonymous
  • anonymous
Hello @boonerileycat. I'm sorry. I couldn't connect to this Website these days. I've had connection troubles. In fact, you have to use "a" in "Dile al encargado". "al" is a needed contraction in these kind of sentences. You don't say "Dile a el encargado" or " Eso es de el encargado", you have to use contractions in these sentences: "Dile al encargado" and "Eso es del encargado". You don't have to use these contractions when you're talking about a name like this: "Vamos a El Salvador", because "El" is a part of the name of this country. And you have to use "a" in "Samuel mira a Pedro" = Samuel looks at Pedro (Peter).

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