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a menudo tengo que cortar el césped cuando llueve
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (first person singular)
a. I often have to mow the lawn after it rains
A menudo tengo que cortar el césped cuando llueve. - ¡¿No me digas que lo haces mientras el suelo todavía esta mojado?!I often have to mow the lawn after it rains. - Don't tell me you do that while the ground is still wet?!
b. I often have to cut the grass after it rains
A menudo tengo que cortar el césped cuando llueve porque crece como loco.I often have to cut the grass after it rains because it grows like crazy.
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