cuándo van a correr los chicos

cuándo van a correr los chicos
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1. (in questions; second person singular)
a. when are the kids going to run
Entrenador, ¿cuándo van a correr los chicos? Llevamos horas esperando aquí. - ¿Horas? ¿Por qué llegaron tan temprano?Coach, when are the kids going to run? We've been waiting here for hours. - Hours? Why did you get here so early?
b. when are the kids running
¿Cuándo van a correr los chicos? - Buena pregunta. Creo que la carrera de ellos comienza en 20 minutos.When are the kids running? - Good question. I think their race starts in 20 minutes.
2. (in statements; second person singular)
a. when the kids are going to run
No me puedo quedar a ver toda la competencia. pero dime cuándo van a correr los chicos y estaré ahí para verlos.I can't stay for the whole competition, but tell me when the kids are going to run and I'll be there to see them.
b. when the kids are running
No sé cuándo van a correr los chicos. ¿Tú sí? - Creo que la carrera comienza pronto, pero preguntémosle a la mamá de Petey. Ella siempre está al tanto de todo.I don't know when the kids are running. Do you? - I think the race starts soon, but let's ask Petey's mom. She's always on top of everything.
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