cómo se mueve

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1. (in statements; third person singular)
a. how he moves (masculine)
Me preocupa Francisco. ¿Has visto cómo se mueve últimamente? Creo que tiene un problema de balance.I'm worried Francisco. Have you seen how he moves lately? I think he has a balance problem.
b. how she moves (feminine)
¿Le pasará algo a Nina? Mira cómo se mueve.Is something wrong with Nina? Watch how she moves.
c. how it moves
Nunca me había fijado en la luna y cómo se mueve por el cielo.I'd never noticed the moon and how it moves through the sky.
d. how...moves
Me gusta cómo se mueve esa chica. Voy a invitarla a bailar.I like how that girl moves. I'm going to ask her out to dance.
2. (in questions; third person singular)
a. how does he move (masculine)
Si la artritis de John es tan dolorosa, ¿cómo se mueve, camina o incluso corre todos los días?If John's arthritis is so painful, how does he move, walk or even run every day?
b. how does she move (feminine)
El espectáculo de la contorsionista fue increíble. ¿Cómo se mueve así?The contortionist's show was amazing. How does she move like that?
c. how does it move
¿Alguna vez has visto una serpiente? ¿Cómo se mueve?Have you ever seen a snake? How does it move?
d. how does...move
¿Cómo se mueve el salmón río arriba?How does the salmon move upstream?
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