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Old August 14, 2006, 07:11 AM
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ahí, allí, allá - what's the difference?

i know they translate to "there" but when should you use each of them, also is there a similar rule for aquí and acá ?
If you notice any errors in my Spanish i'd appreciate any corrections. Gracias.

acá, ahí, allá, allí, aquí, deictic, deixis, deíctico, determiner, here, there


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