llevo anteojos

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llevo anteojos
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (used to express a habitual action in the present; first person singular)
a. I wear glasses
Llevo anteojos. Tengo dos dioptrías en el ojo derecho y una y media en el ojo izquierdo.I wear glasses. I have two diopters in my right eye and one and a half in my left eye.
b. I've worn glasses (when you specify a starting point)
Llevo anteojos desde los 60 años. No veo bien de cerca.I've worn glasses since I was 60 years old. I'm farsighted.
2. (used to express a specific action in the present; first person singular)
a. I'm wearing glasses
Llevo anteojos porque perdí una de mis lentes de contacto.I'm wearing glasses because I lost one of my contact lenses.
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