cada pierna tiene una mano y la mano tiene un dedo

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a. each leg has one hand and the hand has one finger
Cada pierna tiene una mano y la mano tiene un dedo. - ¡Eso es absurdo!Each leg has one hand and the hand has one finger. - That's absurd!
b. each leg has a hand and the hand has a finger
Decir que cada pierna tiene una mano y la mano tiene un dedo es incorrecto.Saying that each leg has a hand and the hand have a finger is incorrect.
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