a, al, ai, alla, allo
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ah, aye, ahl, AHL/lah, AHL/loh
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|What is "a, al, ai, alla, allo"?||
‘A, al, alla’ are the various forms of the Italian preposition ‘a’, which has various meanings including ‘to’, ‘in the style of’, ‘of’, and ‘at’. A comprehensive explanation is beyond the scope of this site – this is a broad overview. Examples are:
The Spanish forms of the equivalent preposition are ‘a, al, a la’, and the French forms are ‘à, au, à la, aux’.
a, al, alla, allo
ah, ahl, AHL/lah, AHL/loh
Note that ‘allo and alla’ are two syllable words, so the stress falls on the first syllable.
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