¿Cuándo van a correr los chicos?

¿Cuándo van a correr los chicos?
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (general)
a. When are the kids going to run?
¿Cuándo van a correr los chicos? - Eh, Joyce, la carrera de los chicos era a las 9:00 am. Ya se acabó.When are the kids going to run? - Um, Joyce, the kids' race was at 9:00 am. It's over now.
b. When are the kids running?
¿Cuándo van a correr los chicos? No me quiero perder la carrera como la última vez. - No te preocupes. Comienza en una hora.When are the kids running? I don't want to miss the race like last time. - Don't worry. It starts in an hour.
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