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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
Pensó que le iban a dar una promoción. En cambio, lo despidieron.He thought they were going to give him a promotion. Instead, they fired him.
Roberto estaba tranquilo. Cristina, en cambio, estaba muy nerviosa.Roberto was very calm. Cristina, however, was very nervous.
En cambio, si no invertimos ahora puede que demos a quiebra dentro de un año.Conversely, if we don't invest now, we could go bankrupt within a year.
d. on the other hand
He logrado evitar el refresco por un mes. El café, en cambio, es otro rollo.I've managed to go a month without soda. Coffee, on the other hand, is a different story.
A mí sí que me gustó, en cambio a Daniel para nada.I liked it, but Daniel didn't like it at all.
Los hijos de mi hermana son muy estudiosos, en cambio los míos son creativos.My sister's children are very studious whereas mine are creative.
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