In the last line, why " vive a Madrid" not " vive en Madrid"?
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When mentioning people, animals, or places after a verb, we use "a", so you would say "vive a Madrid".
Another example is "I call my mother" - "Llamo a mi madre".
The "a Madrid" here is not the "a personal" mentioned. The "a" here is implying it's a destination, hence "to" as she does not live there yet. Once she's there, "Angela vive en Madrid" will make sense.
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