Personal A

Personal A - ( anyone [at all], whosoever ) when they are...

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The personal a . When the direct object of a verb is a specific person or specific group of persons, it is preceded by the personal a ; if the noun is personal but indefinite, the a is not used. Conozco a María. I know Mar Busco a un abogado; se llama José Jiménez. I'm looking name is Jos Busco un abogado; tengo problemas con una multa. I'm looking problems w The personal a is used with indefinite and negative pronouns —for example alguien ( someone ), nadie ( no one, nobody ), quienquiera
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Unformatted text preview: ( anyone [at all], whosoever ) when they are used as direct objects and referring to persons. No veo a nadie aqu. I don't see anyone here. Conozco a alguien que puede ayudarnos. I know someone who can help us. The personal a is not used after the verb tener , unless it is used to mean enrolled in or located in. Tengo dos hijas. I have two daughters. Tengo a dos hijas en esa escuela. I have two daughters in that school....
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