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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (it's a joke)
a. I'm joking
¡Pero si el examen es hoy, no mañana! No pongas esa cara, que es broma.But the exam is today, not tomorrow! Don't give me that look. I'm only joking.
b. you're joking
Me encanta ese sombrero. - Es broma, ¿no?I love that hat. - You're joking, right?
c. just kidding
Papá, ¿me prestas el auto esta noche? ¡Que no, que es broma!Dad, could I borrow your car this evening? No, just kidding!
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