Why does the "a" come before algunos?
It's the "personal a". It's used with direct objects that are people (or pets).
Ok. Thank you. Or I should say Gracias!
I think it follows after the verb conocer (or conocen in this case). I could be wrong though since I just started learning about this word
I am having trouble knowing where to put the "a" in the translations
Me too. It's confusing.
If you ask an actual question we may be able to help you.
I was just responded to the person that said they're having trouble knowing where to put the A. Anyway, where and when is the A used?
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why algunos and not unos?