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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
a. I tell her (feminine)
Cada vez que le digo que se venga a comer a mi casa, me pone una excusa.Every time I tell her to come and have lunch at my place, she finds an excuse.
b. I told her (feminine)
Le digo que no me gusta su vestido, y se lo toma a mal. ¡No se puede ser sincero!I told her I didn't like her dress and she took it badly. You simply can't be honest!
c. I say to her (feminine)
Si le digo a mi madre que no tengo hambre, me hará comer igual.If I say to my mother that I'm not hungry, she'll make me eat anyway.
d. I tell him (masculine)
Siempre que le digo que haga una cosa, hace justo la contraria.Whenever I tell him to do one thing, he does just the opposite.
e. I told him (masculine)
Le digo que venga a las 8 pm, y no se presenta hasta las 9 pm.I told him to come at 8 pm, and he didn't turn up until 9 pm.
f. I say to him (masculine)
Cuando le digo a mi hijo de 20 años que mi vida era mucho más dura que la suya, él se ríe.When I say to my son, who's 20, that my life was much harder than his, he laughs.
g. I tell you (formal)
Por enésima vez, si le digo que no lo sé, es que no lo sé.For the umpteenth time, if I tell you I don't know, it's because I don't know.
h. as I've already told you (formal)
¡Confiesa! ¿Quién te envió para matarme? - Le digo que no sé de qué me habla. ¡Tiene que creerme!Confess! Who sent you to kill me? - As I've already told you, I don't know what you're talking about. You have to believe me!
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