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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (third person singular)
a. since he's (masculine)
Como es amable, estoy segura de que estará dispuesto a hacernos el favor.Since he's kind, I'm sure he'll be willing to do us a favor.
b. since she's (feminine)
Como es la jefa, tiene que tomar todas las decisiones.Since she's the boss, she has to make all the decisions.
c. since it's
Como es temprano, tenemos tiempo para ir a tomar un café.Since it's early, we have time to go for a coffee.
d. as he's (masculine)
Como es abogado, nos podrá aconsejar sobre el contrato.As he's a lawyer, he'll be able to advise us about the contract.
e. as she's (feminine)
Como es muy alta, le sientan bien las faldas largas.As she's very tall, long skirts look good on her.
f. as it's
¿Cuánto les costó la aspiradora? - Como es de buena calidad, pagamos mucho por ella.How much do you pay for the vacuum cleaner? - As it's good quality, we paid a lot for it.
(second person singular)
A word or phrase used to refer to the second person formal “usted” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g. usted).
a. since you're
Siento mucho lo que hice. Como es una persona comprensiva, espero que pueda perdonarme.I'm really sorry for what I did. Since you're an understanding person, I hope you'll be able to forgive me.
b. as you're
Vamos este fin de semana a Sevilla. Como es de allí, quizá pueda recomendarnos un buen restaurante.We're going to Seville this weekend. As you're from there, maybe you can recommend a good restaurant.
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