faith_first (faith_first) wrote in linguaphiles,
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Ciao Linguapiles!

Would anyone be able to tell me what the "a" in these Italian sentences is supposed to mean?

A suo nipote piace la matematica.

A che ora c'è la riunione?


I am just a beginner. I understand every world of the sentences except for the a, which, I believe, alone means "in", "to" or "at". I am thinking that it might have to do with the verb?

Grazie in advance to anyone who can help! :) 

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