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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
a. en él (masculine)
Aren't you going to watch that documentary? - I watched a few minutes but wasn't really interested in it.¿No vas a ver el documental? - Vi unos cuantos minutos pero no estaba interesada en él.
b. en ella (feminine)
What do you know about the new ad campaign? - I know that those involved in it will be expected to work long hours.¿Qué sabes de nuestra nueva campaña publicitaria? - Sé que los que participen en ella tendrán que trabajar largas horas.
The book might be in my backpack. - I looked in your backpack, and I didn't see anything in it.Puede que el libro esté en mi mochila. - Miré en tu mochila y no vi nada dentro.
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