han estado

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han estado(
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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (used to talk about states; third person plural)
a. they've been
Ayer fui a ver a Pedro y Analía. Han estado deprimidos desde la muerte de su hijo.Yesterday I visited Pedro and Analia.They've been depressed since their son's death.
2. (used to talk about states; second person plural)
a. you've been
Si han estado enfermos, podrían haberme llamado. Yo les habría hecho la compra.If you've been ill, you could have called me. I'd have done the shopping for you.
3. (used to talk about visited places; third person plural)
a. they've been
A Antonio y Juana les gusta viajar. Han estado en muchos países de Asia.Antonio and Juana like to travel. They've been to lots of Asian countries.
4. (used to talk about visited places; second person plural)
a. you've been
Han estado varias veces en Japón, ¿verdad? - Sí, hemos estado allí tres veces.You've been several times to Japan, haven't you? - Yes, we've been three times there.
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