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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
a. y finalmente
They lost their first 27 games, but they didn't quit trying, and finally they won a game.Perdieron los primeros 27 partidos, pero no dejaron de intentar, y finalmente ganaron un partido.
b. y por último
They gave Paul's sister a present. Then they gave his brother a present, and finally, they gave Paul a present.Le dieron un regalo a la hermana de Paul. Después le dieron un regalo a su hermano, y por último, le dieron un regalo a Pablo.
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