en el banco, va a cobrar su cheque del trabajo

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en el banco, va a cobrar su cheque del trabajo
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1. (third person singular)
a. at the bank, he's going to cash his work check (masculine)
¿Qué va a hacer Miguel en el banco y en el correo? - En el banco, va a cobrar su cheque de trabajo y, en el correo, va a enviar un paquete.What's Miguel going to do at the bank and the post office? - At the bank, he's going to cash his work check, and at the post office, he's going to send a parcel.
b. at the bank, she's going to cash her work check (feminine)
En el banco, va a cobrar su cheque de trabajo. Luego irá al supermercado a hacer la compra.At the bank, she's going to cash her work check. Then she'll go to the supermarket to do her shopping.
2.
A word or phrase used to refer to the second person formal “usted” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g. usted).
(formal)
(second person singular)
a. at the bank, you're going to cash your work check
En el banco, va a cobrar su cheque del trabajo, no va usted a ingresar dinero en su cuenta, ¿verdad?At the bank, you're going to cash your work check, you're not going to pay money into your account, right?
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