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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
a. we're fine
¿Qué tal están? - Estamos bien, ¿y ustedes?How are you? - We're fine. And you?
b. we're OK
Parecen cansados. ¿Quieren descansar un rato? - No, gracias, estamos bien.You look tired. Do you want to rest for a while? - No, thanks. We're OK.
c. we're all right
Por favor, deja de preguntarnos si estamos bien. Ya te dijimos que sí.Please, stop asking us whether we're all right. We've already told you that we are.
d. we're good
Regionalism used in the United States
¿No preferirían sentarse en la sombra? - No, estamos bien aquí. ¿Verdad, Carmen?Wouldn't you prefer to sit in the shade? - No, we're good here. Aren't we, Carmen?
e. we're well
Tuvimos un accidente, pero no te preocupes porque estamos bien.We had an accident, but don't worry because we're well.
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