eu a ouço
a - mean feminine
How does 'a' mean her? I thought it meant 'the'
In French we have the same thing so I guess it is a latin thing...
And some pronouns have the same writing as determinants
It depends on the sentence... I cant explain it... But theres sometimes where "a" takes the place of "her" and "o" for "him". Someone else will have to explain how/why
We've learned nominative pronouns. They seem to be inserting objective pronouns without explaining first.
I don't get it
What exactly don't you get?
How is this correct? I thought her was dela?!
Dela is the conjunction of de and ela. More "of her"
'A ouço' means 'hear her'?
Could you say, "Eu ouço ela?"