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It still gets me every time.
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (It always moves me.)
a. Siempre me conmueve.
Even though I've read this book four times, I know I'm going to cry at the end. It still gets me every time.Aunque he leído este libro cuatro veces, sé que voy a llorar al final. Siempre me conmueve.
2. (It always scares me.)
a. Siempre me asusta.
Don't you know the monster is going to jump out from the closet in the next scene? - Yes. It still gets me every time.¿No sabes que el monstruo va a saltar fuera del clóset en la próxima escena? - Sí, aun así, siempre me asusta.
3. (It always amuses me.)
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