Spanish - a

Worda
Meaningto; at
Part of speechpreposition
Pronunciation
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Usages of a

Where to?¿Adónde?
sometimes, at times, occasionallya veces
They're coming home.Vienen a la casa.
I am looking at you.Miro a usted.
I'm looking at my dog.Miro a mi perro.
I'm looking at a doctor.Miro a un médico.
I'm looking for someone.Busco a alguien.
Whom are you looking for?¿Buscas a quién?
We are walking to the line.Caminamos a la línea.
You are walking to the village.(Vosotras) camináis al pueblo.
They are taking us to the island.Nos llevan a la isla.
We are taking you allinformal to the island.Vos llevamos a la isla.
I am going to the river.Voy al río.
We are going to the sea.Vamos al mar.
They are going to a French school.Van a una escuela francesa.
about to leavea punto de salir

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