no fue

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no fue(
noh
 
fweh
)
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (used to indicate movement; third person singular)
a. he didn't go
¿Le gustó a Carlos España? - Al final no fue.Did Carlos like Spain? - He didn't go in the end.
b. she didn't go
Emilia dice que no fue al cine porque estaba cansada.Emilia says she didn't go to the movies because she was tired.
c. it didn't go
Lancé la pelota para que el perro fuera a buscarla, pero no fue.I threw the ball for the dog to go fetch it, but it didn't go.
d. didn't go
Luisa no fue a trabajar porque tenía fiebre.Luisa didn't go to work because she had a fever.
2.
A word or phrase used to refer to the second person formal “usted” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g. usted).
(formal)
(used to indicate movement; second person singular)
a. you didn't go
No fue a la reunión, ¿verdad? - No, tenía otras cosas más urgentes que hacer.You didn't go to the meeting, did you? - No, I had more urgent things to do.
3. (used to indicate state, quality, or profession; third person singular)
a. he wasn't
No fue muy guapo de joven, pero ahora es muy atractivo.He wasn't very handsome as a young man, but he's very attractive now.
b. she wasn't
Tu madre fue enfermera, ¿verdad? - No, no fue enfermera, sino médico.Your mother was a nurse, wasn't she? - No, she wasn't a nurse, but a doctor instead.
c. it wasn't
Me dijeron que tu hermano se puso enfermo el día de tu boda. - Sí, desde luego no fue el mejor día de mi vida.They told me your brother fell ill on your wedding day. - Yes, it certainly wasn't the best day of my life.
d. wasn't
Mi abuela no fue feliz en su matrimonio, pero entonces nadie se divorciaba.My grandmother wasn't happy in her marriage, but nobody got divorced back then.
4.
A word or phrase used to refer to the second person formal “usted” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g. usted).
(formal)
(used to indicate state, quality, or profession; second person singular)
a. you weren't
Entonces, no fue arquitecto. No sé por qué, siempre pensé que usted lo era.You weren't an architect then. I don't know why, I always thought you were.
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