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miran la televisión Samuel y Lourdes
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (in statements)
a. Samuel and Lourdes watch television
Por las noches, mientras cenan, miran la televisión Samuel y Lourdes.At night, while they have dinner, Samuel and Lourdes watch television.
b. Samuel and Lourdes are watching television
¿Qué están haciendo? - Miran la televisión Samuel y LourdesWhat are they doing? - Samuel and Lourdes are watching television.
2. (in questions)
a. do Samuel and Lourdes watch television
¿A poco miran la televisión Samuel y Lourdes? Pensé que no les daban permiso.Do Samuel and Lourdes really watch television? I thought they weren't allowed to.
b. are Samuel and Lourdes watching television
Mira la foto y responde la siguiente pregunta: "¿Miran la televisión Samuel y Lourdes?"Look at the picture and answer the following question: "Are Samuel and Lourdes watching television?"
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