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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (first person singular)
2. (third person singular)
a. he was nervous (masculine)
¿Cómo estaba Fernando cuando hablaste con él el lunes? - Estaba nervioso porque tenía un examen el martes.How was Fernando when you talked to him on Monday? - He was nervous because he had an exam on Tuesday.
b. she was nervous (feminine)
A Ana le temblaban las manos. Estaba muy nerviosa.Ana's hands were shaking. She was very nervous.
c. was nervous
El novio estaba nervioso y se no acertaba a ponerle el anillo a la novia en el dedo.The groom was nervous and couldn't get the ring on the bride's finger.
(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).
a. you were nervous
Estaba nervioso porque tenía que hablar en público, ¿verdad? - Sí, tuve que tomarme una tila para tranquilizarme.You were nervous because you had to speak in public, right? - Yes, I had to drink a lime tea to calm down.
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