Indicative vs. Subjunctive
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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
Mariah dijo que pediría antes que robar.Mariah said that she would beg before robbing.
b. rather than
Hay muchas cosas divertidas que hacer antes que beber.There are lots of fun things to do rather than drinking.
c. sooner than
Marisa preferiría quedarse en casa antes que salir con Carl.Marisa would sooner stay at home than go out with Carl.
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