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Questionable examples[edit]

The following examples don't sound like natural Spanish to me. Is it just my ear?

  • Ha llamado Maribel. (I would expect, Ha llamado a Maribel.)
  • Me llamó con la mano para que me acercara. (I would expect, Me llamó por la mano para que me acercara.)

Can a native speaker please confirm or correct those examples? Rod (A. Smith) 01:28, 7 August 2007 (UTC)

Please remove this Category:Requests (Spanish) sentence after confirmation or cleanup.

¿Ha llamado Maribel? you have to place a question mark character as is shown now, with and inversed (¿) question mark character at the beginning of the sentence.

Me llamo con la mano para que me acercara as written above is correct!

Ha llamado Maribel and Ha llamado a Maribel are both correct, but with different meanings. In the former, Maribel is the subject of the verb. In the latter, she’s the object. —Stephen 17:25, 25 November 2008 (UTC)