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comment How to handle the ambiguity of the verb “presentar”, when both objects (DO and IO) are present?
What about "Voy a presentar a ti a mi novia" vs "Voy a presentar a mi novia a ti"? Can you use those to invert, or are they not even grammatical?
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comment How to handle the ambiguity of the verb “presentar”, when both objects (DO and IO) are present?
Yes, which is my point. How do we know based on the above sentence whether te should be the direct object there (the object being presented) or the indirect object (the object being presented to)
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asked How to handle the ambiguity of the verb “presentar”, when both objects (DO and IO) are present?