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¿Compran los boletos para el teleférico en la ventanilla o la entrada?
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1. (third person plural)
a. Do they buy the tickets for the chair lift at the ticket window or at the entrance?
Los chicos están listos para ir a esquiar. ¿Compran los boletos para el teleférico en la ventanilla o la entrada?The kids are ready to go skiing. Do they buy the tickets for the chair lift at the ticket window or at the entrance?
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