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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (followed by a participle; third person singular)
a. he must have
¿Sabes dónde está Mark? - Debe haber salido a caminar.Do you know where Mark is? - He must have gone out for a walk.
b. she must have
Claudia iba a venir. ¿Por qué no está aquí? - Debe haber cambiado de opinión.Claudia was supposed to come. Why isn't she here? - She must have changed her mind.
c. it must have
¿Qué hace este perro callejero aquí? - Debe haber entrado por la puerta trasera.What's this stray dog doing here? - It must have got in through the back door.
d. must have
Mis llaves no abren. Carlos debe haber cambiado la cerradura.My keys don't work. Carlos must have changed the lock.
2. (must exist)
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