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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (feminine) (used to express a habitual or potential action; third person plural)
2. (feminine) (used to express a future action; third person plural)
a. they're going
¿Seguro que no quieres ir a la fiesta? Ellas van. - Bueno, en ese caso yo también.Are you sure you don't want to go to the party? They're going. - Well, in that case I'll go too.
b. they'll go
¿Cómo van tú y tus hermanas esta noche al concierto? - Ellas van en metro, y yo voy en autobús.How will you and your sisters go to the concert this evening? - They'll go by metro and I'll go by bus.
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