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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
a. What is it like? (thing)
Has estado en su casa. ¿Cómo es?You've been to his house. What is it like?
b. What is he like? (masculine)
¿Conociste a su novio ayer? ¿Cómo es?You met her boyfriend yesterday? What is he like?
c. What is she like? (feminine)
La maestra nueva empezó ayer. - ¿Cómo es?The new teacher started yesterday. - What is she like?
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