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does A go right before the noun of the sentence?

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ok so when im using "A" in a sentence, it goes directly in front of the noun??

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updated DIC 20, 2009
posted by kelsey95
Can't understand what you mean very well. Could you give us an example? - SlowFoxtrot, DIC 20, 2009

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Although it might help being more specific, maybe clarifying with an example, but for a short answer I'd say yes.

Hay que decirle A tu mejor amigo. You gotta tell your best friend.

Let me clarify, you must be talking about about people to include the A, but then again that's not what you are asking, or is it? (to the poster)

updated DIC 20, 2009
edited by Danieljoseph
posted by Danieljoseph
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personal A

You use it for people and pets if they are the object of the sentence.The link will help you to understand.

updated DIC 20, 2009
posted by 003487d6
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I would think it only goes in front the noun if it's referring to a person, as the personal a. Necesito limpiar la mesa. Quiero a mi madre, but then again I'm not fluent like Daniel-Joseph.

updated DIC 20, 2009
posted by jeezzle
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