como se siente
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como se siente
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (third person)
a. since he feels (masculine)
Como se siente culpable por lo que hizo, ha empezado a beber mucho.He's started to drink heavily since he feels guilty for what he did.
b. since she feels (feminine)
Como se siente deprimida por su peso, ha ido al psicólogo.She's seeing a psychologist since she feels depressed about her weight.
c. since he's feeling (masculine)
Como se siente bien, ha vuelto a fumar.Since he's feeling good, he's smoking again.
d. since she's feeling (feminine)
Como se siente mucho mejor, hoy salimos a dar un paseo con nuestra abuela.Today we went for a walk with our grandmother since she's feeling a lot better now.
(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 feel
Como se siente bien ya, Sr. Bermejo, no veo motivo para seguir teniéndolo ingresado en el hospital.Since you feel better now, Mr. Bermejo, I can see no reason to keep you in hospital.
b. since you're feeling
Como se siente tan sola, doña María, ¿por qué no viene a visitarnos algún día?Mrs. Maria, since you're feeling so lonely, why don't you come and visit us someday?
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