El camarero ________ trae una ensalada a Flor. The waiter brings a salad to Flor.

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El camarero ________ trae una ensalada a Flor. The waiter brings a salad to Flor.

Why do we need the indirect pronoun in this sentence at all as Flor is referred to by name?

Is it just for emphasis, would a natural speaker include it?

Asked 11 months ago
InmaKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hola Maggi

yes, it is natural to include the indirect object pronoun even when we are referring to someone by name. It is used for emphasis. There is a lesson explaining this in detail, have a look here.

I hope it hels.

Saludos

Inma

El camarero ________ trae una ensalada a Flor. The waiter brings a salad to Flor.

Why do we need the indirect pronoun in this sentence at all as Flor is referred to by name?

Is it just for emphasis, would a natural speaker include it?

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