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Can you ever use (a) in place of (de) here or ever?

Wylnn S.C1Kwiziq community member

Can you ever use (a) in place of (de) here or ever?

In the example, 

El armario es dificil de montar, can you say (difícil a montar)?

Is that acceptable in any situation?

Asked 1 year ago
InmaKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hola Wynn

fácil and difícil are either followed by "de" as explained in the lesson or not followed by any preposition, but I can't think of any context where we would used it with "a". 

Saludos 

Can you ever use (a) in place of (de) here or ever?

In the example, 

El armario es dificil de montar, can you say (difícil a montar)?

Is that acceptable in any situation?

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