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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
a. unas cuantas veces
Josefina and I went out a few times. I like her a lot.Josefina y yo salimos unas cuantas veces. Me gusta mucho.
b. algunas veces
You know Juan? - We have talked a few times at the office, but we don't know each other well.¿Conoces a Juan? – Hemos hablado algunas veces en la oficina, pero no nos conocemos bien.
c. pocas veces
The few times I went to the gym, I ended up getting hurt.Las pocas veces que fui al gimnasio, salí lastimado.
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