I have hit a problem with this chord change in my four part writing. We are in A minor.
The VI chord is in first inversion, so A must be in the bass. (I have made a mistake in the figure. the VI chords are 6 3 chords, and not 4 3 7th chords as figured here!) The leading note (G sharp) of V must lead to tonic, as if it leads to anything else (F or C) , melodic augmented/ diminished intervals are created.
Example 1 is my solution- I have tripled the root.
Example 2 shows the problem of a melodic tritone interval created between B and F.
Example 3 shows the problem of parallel 5ths.
Is my solution adequate? And is it the only solution? I have tried many things and this seems to be my only path.