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Unformatted text preview: I want to invite Lydia also. A quines llamas t? Whom are you calling? A is also used in front of an indirect object to clarify to whom the indirect object refers. Consider the following examples: A Daniel le gustan las pelculas romnticas. Daniel likes romantic movies. Eva le compr a su madre un regalo. Eva bought her mother a gift. If there is no indirect object pronoun in front of the verb of the sentence, the preposition para may be used instead of a to introduce the recipient of the direct object. Compare the following examples: Silvia le compra la blusa ( a su madre) . Silvia buys her mother the blouse. Silvia compra la blusa para su madre. Silvia buys the blouse for her mother....
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- Fall '09