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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (used to indicate movement or attendance; third person singular)
a. she goes
Ella va a trabajar andando, porque su esposo es representante y necesita el coche.She goes to work on foot, because her husband is a rep and needs the car.
b. she's going
Ella va a clase mañana, pero yo tengo hora con el dentista.She's going to class tomorrow, but I have an appointment with the dentist.
2. (clothing; third person singular)
a. she wears
Ella va siempre en vaqueros, mientras que su novio va con traje y corbata.She always wears jeans. while her boyfriend wears a suit and a tie.
b. she's wearing
¿Cómo van vestidos? - Ella va con un vestido blanco, y él con una sudadera negra.What are they wearing? - She's wearing a white dress, and he's wearing a black sweatshirt.
3. (used to talk about appearance; third person singular)
4. (used to indicate a future action; third person singular; used with "a")
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