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"¿A ti te gusta viajar a menudo?"

Translation:Do you like to travel often?

1 month ago

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Adding the a ti puts the emphasis on the you. Just like including the in ¿Tú bebiste toda la leche?

1 week ago

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Is the "a ti" really needed?

1 month ago

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No, it isn't, but often is there. It's one of those quirks of Spanish.

1 month ago

https://www.duolingo.com/JsunLG

So.leaving "A ti " out wont cause any communication issues ?

1 month ago

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Nope, not really. Of course, I'm not fluent enough to tell you when exactly a native speaker would include it.

1 month ago