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"Está todo bien" is a phrase which is often translated as "it's all good", and "esperamos que" is a phrase which is often translated as "we hope". Learn more about the difference between "está todo bien" and "esperamos que" below.
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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (everything is right)
a. it's all good
Está todo bien, pero quizá podrías quitar esa coma.It's all good, but maybe you could delete that comma.
b. everything is correct
He leído tu redacción de alemán, y está todo bien, no hay ningún error.I've read your German composition, and everything is correct. There are no mistakes at all.
2. (everything is going well)
a. all is well
Por aquí está todo bien, si acaso demasiado tranquilo.All is well here; too quiet, if anything.
b. everything is fine
Si está todo bien, ¿por qué tú estás tan nervioso?Why are you so nervous if everything is fine?
c. everything is OK
No te preocupes, aquí está todo bien.Don't worry. Everything is OK here.
d. everything is all right
A pesar de lo que se ha dicho en las redes sociales, en nuestro matrimonio está todo bien.In spite of what has been said in the social media, everything is all right in our marriage.
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esperamos que
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (we wish)
a. we hope
Esperamos que estén bien y que podamos vernos pronto.We hope you're well and we can meet soon.
2. (we count on)
a. we expect
En vista de los últimos acontecimientos, esperamos que la presidenta anuncie su dimisión de un momento a otro.In view of recent events, we expect the president to announce her resignation any moment now.
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