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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (first person singular)
a. I said that
Dije que Amy se convertiría en una estrella, y tenía razón.I said that Amy would become a star, and I was right.
b. I said
¡Claudio! ¡Qué alegría verte! - Dije que vendría a verte y aquí estoy.Claudio! It's so good to see you! - I said I'd come to see you and here I am.
c. I told ... that
Ya te dije que deberías tener cuidado, ¿o no te lo dije?I told you that you should be careful, didn't I?
d. I told
Paqui, te dije que ese hombre no te convenía.Paqui, I told you that man wasn't good for you.
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