con ella

con ella
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (accompanying her)
a. with her
¿Has visto a Sarah recientemente? - Sí. Fui a cenar con ella la semana pasada, de hecho.Have you seen Sarah recently? - Yes. I had dinner with her last week, as a matter of fact.
2. (in her possession)
a. with her
¿Sabes si tenía la bolsa con ella cuando bajó del tren?Do you know if she had her bag with her when she got off the train?
b. on her
Julia nunca lleva dinero con ella y siempre le tengo que pagar el café.Julia never has any money on her and I always have to pay for her coffee.
3. (directed at her or regarding it)
a. to her
El comportamiento de Olga es inaceptable. Tienes que hablar con ella.Olga's behavior is unacceptable. You have to talk to her.
b. with it (with a thing)
Julio dice que no quiere vender la casa de su mamá, pero no sé qué planea hacer con ella.Julio says he doesn't want to sell his mother's house, but I don't know what he's planning to do with it.
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