position of the subject in the sentence.

GeraldB2Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

position of the subject in the sentence.

A todas las chicas les gusta la playa. - No, no les gusta a todas.

In this example, the subject (in English) of the sentence (todas las chicas) precedes the verb in the first sentence, but follows the verb (todas) in the second sentence. Would it be acceptable to place the subject before the verb in the second sentence so that it reads: "No, no a todas les gusta."? 

Asked 3 months ago
InmaKwiziq team member

Hola Gerald

Yes, you could do that! 

You can place it right after "no" as you suggested.

Saludos

GeraldB2Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

Gracias por tu respuesta.

position of the subject in the sentence.

A todas las chicas les gusta la playa. - No, no les gusta a todas.

In this example, the subject (in English) of the sentence (todas las chicas) precedes the verb in the first sentence, but follows the verb (todas) in the second sentence. Would it be acceptable to place the subject before the verb in the second sentence so that it reads: "No, no a todas les gusta."? 

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