lleva las maletas
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lleva las maletas
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (used to describe a habitual action; third person singular)
a. he takes ... suitcases (masculine)
Primero Clay se registra en el motel y después lleva las maletas a la habitación.First Clay checks into the motel, and then he takes his suitcases to his room.
b. she takes ... suitcases (feminine)
Susana va empujando un carro en el que lleva las maletas hasta su auto.Susana is pushing a cart in which she takes her suitcases to her car.
c. takes ... suitcases
Cada viajero lleva las maletas al mostrador de facturación y recibe su pase de abordar.Each traveler takes their suitcases to the check-in desk and gets a boarding pass.
d. takes ... luggage
Su chofer siempre le lleva las maletas al vestíbulo del hotel.Her chauffeur always takes her luggage into the hotel lobby.
A word of phrase used to refer to the second person informal “tú” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g. How are you?).
(used to give an order; second person singular)
a. take ... suitcases
Lleva las maletas de la Sra. Cansino a su habitación. Es la 112.Take Mrs. Cansino's suitcases to her room. It's 112.
b. take ... luggage
Lleva las maletas de estos clientes a sus habitaciones. Aquí tienes las llaves.Take these guests' luggage to their rooms. Here are the keys.
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