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mucha gente en la calle
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
a. many people on the street
Me encantó el carnaval. Había mucha gente en la calle.I loved the carnival. There were many people on the street.
b. a lot of people on the street
Mucha gente en la calle bebía alcohol.A lot of people on the street were drinking alcohol.
c. lots of people on the street
Mucha gente en la calle tenía puesta la camiseta del equipo de fútbol local.Lots of people on the street were wearing the jersey of the local football team.
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