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Why do we say in spanish "oigo a un gato y a un caballo" instead of "oigo un gato y un caballo"?

...or can both be said?

For learning: Spanish
Base language: English
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    In Spanish they use "a" almost in a sense of direction. For example, you could memorize / translate this phrase as "I listen TO a cat and TO a horse". Here English "TO" corresponds to Spanish "A".

     

    Las dos formas son correctas

     

    Si, tu puedes utilizar ambas expresiones.

    this phrase "oigo a un gato y a un caballo" is for emphasize that you can hear and communicate this one to another persons

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