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miro la televisión
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (first person singular; used to refer to habitual action)
2. (first person singular; used to refer to current activity)
a. I'm watching television
¿Qué haces? - Nada de particular; miro la televisión.What are you doing? - Nothing much. I'm watching television.
b. I'm watching TV
Tú que no haces nada, ¿puedes traer las tijeras? - Pero sí que hago algo, miro la televisión.Since you aren't doing anything, could you bring me the scissors? - But I am doing something. I'm watching TV.
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