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cierra la ventana
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
(imperative; second person singular)
A word of phrase used to refer to the second person informal “tú” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g. How are you?).
2. (he or she shuts the window)
a. he closes the window (masculine)
Cuando Mario llega a la oficina, cierra la ventana y pone el aire acondicionado.When Mario gets to the office, he closes the window and turns the air-conditioning on.
b. she closes the window (feminine)
¿Qué hace la profesora siempre cuando llega a clase? - Cierra la ventana.What does the teacher always do when she gets to the classroom? - She closes the window.
c. he's closing the window (masculine)
Glen mira al hombre y se pregunta por qué cierra la ventana. "Es por los mosquitos," dice él.Glen looks at the man and wonders why he's closing the window. "The mosquitoes," he says.
d. she's closing the window (feminine)
¿Qué hace Claudia ahora? - Cierra la ventana. Debe de tener frío.What's Claudia doing right now? - She's closing the window. She must be cold.
e. closes the window
Cuando Malena cierra la ventana, el ruido cesa de repente.When Malena closes the window, the noise suddenly stops.
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