usage of a instead of para

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usage of a instead of para

Es evidente que Halloween ha venido para quedarse en este país.

can we say ha venido a quedarse instead of using para?

Asked 3 weeks ago
InmaKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hola Ashlyn

Yes, you can also use "a" with the same meaning when using a verb indicating movement like venir. Here's a lesson on that (more advanced). Have a look here.

Gracias y saludos

usage of a instead of para

Es evidente que Halloween ha venido para quedarse en este país.

can we say ha venido a quedarse instead of using para?

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