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Old May 05, 2014, 09:58 AM
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The personal "a" is not used with DO pronouns, right ?

So you say "Golpo a Juan" to say hit Juan

However, what about If Juan has already been mentioned in the preceding sentence. So if I were to refer to juan now as "him", wouldn't it be " lo golpo"? Where does the personal a come into play here?
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