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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (in statements; third person singular)
a. he's dancing (masculine)
Está bailando con su nueva compañera de baile.He's dancing with his new dance partner.
b. she's dancing (feminine)
¿Dónde está Julia? - Está bailando en la pista de salsa.Where's Julia? - She's dancing on the salsa dance floor.
c. it's dancing
¡Mira al perro! ¡Está bailando con los payasos!Look at the dog! It's dancing with the clowns!
d. is dancing
Mi padre está bailando un lento con mi madre.My father is dancing a slow song with my mother.
(in statements; second person singular)
A word or phrase used to refer to the second person formal “usted” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g. usted).
3. (in questions; third person singular)
a. is he dancing (masculine)
¿Está bailando con los ojos cerrados?Is he dancing with his eyes closed?
b. is she dancing (feminine)
¿Está bailando tango? Se ve hermoso.Is she dancing tango? It looks beautiful.
c. is it dancing
¿Dónde está el robot? ¿Está bailando o sentado?Where's the robot? Is it dancing or sitting down?
¿Matías está bailando con la chica que le gusta?Is Matias dancing with the girl that he likes?
4. (in questions; second person singular)
Translate está bailando using machine translatorsSee Machine Translations
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