In English and in Spanish, the direct object (el complemento directo) of a sentence is the first recipient of the action of the verb.
I see the car; but I don’t see the dog.
George is preparing dinner for the family
In Spanish, the word a immediately precedes the direct object of a sentence when the direct object refers to a specific person … [ Read more ]
Authors: Ana María Pérez-Gironés, Hildebrando Villarrea, Marty Knorre, Thalia Dorwick, William R. Glass | Subject: ¿Qué Tal?