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me extraña que
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
a. I'm surprised that
Ese cliente de allí siempre se queja. Me extraña que hoy no se haya quejado todavía.That customer over there always complains. I'm surprised that he hasn't complained yet today.
b. I'm surprised
Me extraña que Alejandro haya llegado tan temprano. Suele llegar tarde.I'm surprised Alejandro has arrived so early. He's usually late.
c. it surprises me that
Me extraña que no haya piscina en este hotel. Después de todo, es un hotel de cinco estrellas.It surprises me that there isn't a pool in this hotel. It's a five-star hotel after all.
d. I think it's strange that
Mee extraña que no haya ningún tren de Cáceres a Lisboa. Están relativamente cerca.I think it's strange that there are no trains from Caceres to Lisbon. They're relatively close.
e. I find it odd that
Les mandé un regalo y me extraña que no llamaran para dar las gracias.I sent them a present and I find it odd that they didn't call to say thank you.
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