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You can't say: Él seguía a ella. ✖️ When the direct complement is a personal pronoun, like ella, you must put the redundant la before the verb: Él la seguía a ella. ✔️ If the complement is not a personal pronoun, you don't need the la: Él seguía a María. ✔️ You can also omit the complement as you guessed, but that changes the emphasis of ...


The object pronoun her is la. If we say he was following her, this is actually él la estaba siguiendo. (was/were + -ing form is past continuous.) Saying él la estaba siguiendo a ella is redundant, because the object pronoun la tells us who we're referring to.

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