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¿Esperan el autobús en el estadio?
-Are you waiting for the bus at the stadium?
esperan el autobús en el estadio
-they're waiting for the bus at the stadium

¿Esperan el autobús en el estadio?

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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (used to describe a specific action; second person plural)
a. Are you waiting for the bus at the stadium?
¿Esperan el autobús en el estadio? - Sí. ¿Ya está en camino?Are you waiting for the bus at the stadium? - Yes. Is it on its way?
2. (used to describe a specific action; third person plural)
a. Are they waiting for the bus at the stadium?
¿Esperan el autobús en el estadio? - No. Les dije que lo esperaran en la parada.Are they waiting for the bus at the stadium? - No. I told them to wait for it at the bus stop.
3. (used to describe a habitual action; second person plural)
a. Do you wait for the bus at the stadium?
¿Esperan el autobús en el estadio? - Sí, todos los días.Do you wait for the bus at the stadium? - Yes, every day.
4. (used to describe a habitual action; third person plural)
a. Do they wait for the bus at the stadium?
¿Esperan el autobús en el estadio? - No. Usualmente lo esperan en la acera.Do they wait for the bus at the stadium? - No. They usually wait for it on the sidewalk.
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