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PaoloC1Kwiziq community member

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I'm confused by the title of this article: "personal "a" verbs". Isn't the issue whether the direct object is a person or not, rather than the verb used? In addition to the verbs mentioned, isn't the same true of all the verbs on https://progress.lawlessspanish.com/learn/theme/830919 as well as necesitar, golpear, ... indeed any transitive verb? 

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InmaKwiziq team member

Hola Paolo

You are right. It could lead to confusion as it sounds like it is restricted to some verbs but it applies to all transitive verbs that could have a direct object referring to a person. We will re-word it so it is completely clear. 

Gracias y saludos

Inma

Title of article

I'm confused by the title of this article: "personal "a" verbs". Isn't the issue whether the direct object is a person or not, rather than the verb used? In addition to the verbs mentioned, isn't the same true of all the verbs on https://progress.lawlessspanish.com/learn/theme/830919 as well as necesitar, golpear, ... indeed any transitive verb? 

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