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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
A word of phrase used to refer to the second person informal “tú” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g. How are you?).
a. make sure you come
No olvides que mi fiesta es mañana. No faltes. Puedes traerte a quien quieras.Don't forget my party is tomorrow. Make sure you come. You can bring along whoever you want.
b. make sure you're there
El sábado hemos quedado todos a las 5 pm. en el café de siempre. No faltes.All of us will be meeting at the usual café at 5 pm. on Saturday. Make sure you're there.
c. don't miss it
Hay una reunión a las 3 pm. No faltes, vamos a hablar de los salarios.There's a meeting at 3 pm. Don't miss it. We'll be discussing salaries.
d. be there
Este concierto reúne a las bandas más vanguardistas del momento. No faltes, te esperamos.This concert will bring together the most avant-gard bands of the day. Be there. We'll be expecting you.
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