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Unformatted text preview: No, el libro es de la profesora. No, the book is the profesor's (fem). Remember the difference between el and él. The pronoun (él) does have a written accent and means "he." The definite article (el) does not have a written accent and means "the." el libro / the book él come / he eats Only the definite article (el) is contracted. The pronoun (él) is not. La Casa Blanca es la casa del presidente. The White House is the president's house. Es la casa de él. It's his house. A él no le gusta fumar. He doesn't like to smoke....
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- Fall '10
- Latin, President of the United States, Romance languages, Definiteness