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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (I washed myself in a bath; first person singular)
a. I took a bath
Tenía tiempo y me bañé en lugar de ducharme.I had time and took a bath instead of a shower.
b. I had a bath
Necesitaba relajarme, así que me bañé. Estuve una hora en la bañera con una revista y una copa de vino.I needed to relax, so I had a bath. I spent an hour in the bathtub with a magazine and a glass of wine.
c. I bathed
Regionalism used in the United States
¡Mamá, pero si me bañé ayer! - Sí, pero tienes que bañarte otra vez hoy.Mom, but I bathed yesterday! - Yes, but you have to bathe again today.
2. (I washed myself in a shower; first person singular)
Regionalism used in Latin America: all the countries in South America, Central America, and the Caribbean. Does not include Spain.
a. I took a shower
Me bañé esta mañana, pero estoy sudando mucho, así que volveré a bañarme esta noche.I took a shower this morning, but I'm sweating a lot, so I'll take another shower this evening.
b. I had a shower
Me bañé en cinco minutos porque llegaba tarde al trabajo.I had a five-minute shower because I was late for work.
c. I showered
Me bañé, desayuné, me vestí y me fui a la escuela.I showered, had breakfast, got dressed, and left for school.
3. (I swam; first person singular)
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