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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
a. What was it like?
Durante dos años trabajé en una plataforma petrolífera del Mar del Norte. - Qué interesante. ¿Cómo era?I worked on an oil rig in the North Sea for two years. - How interesting. What was it like?
b. What was she like? (feminine)
¿Cómo era? - ¿Quién? ¿Mi hermana Flora? Una mujer egoísta e insoportable.What was she like? - Who? My sister Flora? A selfish, unbearable woman.
c. What was he like? (masculine)
Conocí a Varela. De hecho, trabajé para él. - ¿Cómo era?I met Varela. In fact, I worked for him. - What was he like?
a. What did it look like?
¿Cómo era? No sé. Era el típico platillo volante.What did it look like? I don't know. It was just the typical flying saucer.
b. What did she look like? (feminine)
No conservo fotos de tu abuela. - Bueno, pues dime, ¿cómo era?I don't keep any pictures from your grandmother. - Okay, then tell me, what did she look like?
c. What did he look like? (masculine)
¿Cómo era? - Era un tipo alto, rubio y de ojos azules.What did he look like? - He was a tall, blond, blue-eyed guy.
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