Misleading Directions for use of Adónde and Dónde

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Misleading Directions for use of Adónde and Dónde

The directions say with verbs that imply movement we can use all the forms, but the correct answer to the question was "adónde" and "dónde". Seems the directions should say, with verbs that imply movement we can use either accented form.

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Hola Pati

With verbs that imply movement you can use all forms, but you need to have in mind which function they have in the sentence - the accentuated forms are only used when they are interrogative (direct or indirect questions) or exclamatory sentences - if they are pronouns you can't use the accentuated forms. We explain these later on in the lesson. 

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Misleading Directions for use of Adónde and Dónde

The directions say with verbs that imply movement we can use all the forms, but the correct answer to the question was "adónde" and "dónde". Seems the directions should say, with verbs that imply movement we can use either accented form.

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