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hace mucho viento
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
a. it's very windy
Cuando hace mucho viento, es mejor no abrir el paraguas.When it's very windy, it's best not to open the umbrella.
b. it's really windy
Hace mucho viento y las olas rompen con fuerza contra el casco del barco.It's really windy, and the waves are crashing with force against the hull of the ship.
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