El or La Before Titles

Learn when to use the definite article before one's title. When you refer to someone with his/her title, you use a definite article before the title. "La señora Abrego no está en casa hoy."(Mrs. Abrego isn't home today.) You also use a definite article before your title to introduce yourself. "Buenas tardes, soy el enfermero […]

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