Quick answer
"De pequeño" is a phrase which is often translated as "when I was little", and "mis hermanos y yo" is a phrase which is often translated as "my brothers and I". Learn more about the difference between "de pequeño" and "mis hermanos y yo" below.
de pequeño(
deh
 
peh
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keh
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nyoh
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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (general)
a. when I was little (first person)
De pequeño pasaba casi todos los veranos en casa de mis abuelos.When I was little, I spent most summers at my grandparents'.
b. when you were little (second person)
De pequeño te encantaban estos dibujos animados. ¿No te acuerdas?You used to love these cartoons when you were little. Don't you remember?
c. when he was little (third person)
Yo recuerdo a Óscar de pequeño, pero hace años que no lo veo.I remember Oscar when he was little, but I haven't seen him for ages.
d. as a child
De pequeño, era graciosísimo. ¿Quién iba a pensar entonces que se convertiría en un imbécil de este calibre?As a child, he was really cute. Who'd have thought back then he'd become a moron of this caliber?
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mis hermanos y yo
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (my male siblings and I)
a. my brothers and I
Mis hermanos y yo llevábamos chaqué en la boda de mi hermana.My brothers and I were wearing morning coats at my sister's wedding.
2. (without specifying gender)
a. my siblings and I
Mis padres son españoles, pero mis hermanos y yo nacimos en México.My parents are Spanish, but my siblings and I were born in Mexico.
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