Example - double pronoun

ClaireC1Kwiziq community member

Example - double pronoun

Hey, the last unit of examples says 'Using a + lo / a + la + adjective/noun' - Should this read 'Using a + lo / a +  adjective/noun'? Thank you! 
Asked 2 months ago
InmaKwiziq team member

Hola Claire,

we also need "la" in the feminine examples. It is using a + la, e.g "a la gallega", "a la francesa".

Saludos

Example - double pronoun

Hey, the last unit of examples says 'Using a + lo / a + la + adjective/noun' - Should this read 'Using a + lo / a +  adjective/noun'? Thank you! 

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