When you are directing a verb to any type of person, you need to place the word "a" in front of whoever you are talking about. This is called the "personal a" in Spanish. It is always necessary to use the personal a when you are talking about people and friendly pets, so don't forget about it.
"I teach Mary."
Click for the answer "Enseño a Mary."
"I look for Jim."
Click for the answer "Busco a Jim."
Let's take a moment to review what we have learned in this lesson. This has been a long one, but just remember the verb conjugation of the verbs "querer" (to want) and "poder" (to be able to.) Also if you remember the preposition vocabulary words, then you should be able to succeed while taking this test. Try to pass it with at least an 80% before moving on to the next lesson.
Last updated: 2017
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