Kwizbot Desde allí arriba, podíamos ver toda Barcelona.
You could also say: De ahí arriba, podíamos ver todo Barcelona
you use both “todo” and “toda” here, and if so, why?
could you say “ver todo a Barcelona”?
Thank you, Nicole
Freeform Writing Exercise A2
Both todo and toda are accepted in front of Barcelona. Both are accepted in the exercise. There is a note on this in our lesson about "todo/toda/todos/todas". If you keep reading inside the lesson, by the end there is an explanation about todo/toda in front of countries and cities. Here it is.
You cannot say "Ver todo a Barcelona". It wouldn't make sense with the "a".
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