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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (my objects)
2. (my concerns)
a. my business
No voy a permitir que nadie se inmiscuya en mis cosas.I won't let anyone interfere in my business.
b. my things
Mis cosas las conoce todo el mundo porque la prensa se encarga de airearlas.Everyone knows about my things because the press makes sure they're aired publicly.
c. my affairs
A nadie le importa con quién salgo o a qué hora regreso a casa. Eso son mis cosas.No one should care who I go out with or what time I come back home. Those are my affairs.
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