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Miguel celebró ayer su boda. Ahora él está
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
a. Miguel had his wedding yesterday. He's now
Miguel celebró ayer su boda. Ahora él está casado. ¡Imagínate, Miguel casado! ¡Yo es que no me lo acabo de creer!Miguel had his wedding yesterday. He's now married. Just imagine, Miguel married! I can't yet believe it!
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