why (mi) in (para soprender a mi familia) is preceded by (a)? and what does it mean?
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some verbs in Spanish require the preposition "a" when the object is referring to people, like in this case "to surprise the family". This is often known as the "personal a". We have a list with some common verbs. Have a look here.
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what is the mining of mi
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