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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (third person singular)
a. he didn't want to
No quiso venir conmigo.He didn't want to come with me.
b. he wouldn't
Intenté convencerlo, pero no quiso saltar en paracaídas.I tried to convince him, but he wouldn't go skydiving.
c. she didn't want to
No quiso verme, no sé por qué.She didn't want to see me, I don't know why.
d. she wouldn't
No quiso ayudarme con la tarea de inglés.She wouldn't help me with my English homework.
e. it didn't want to
Los empleados pidieron un aumento a la compañía, pero no quiso pagarles más.The employees asked the company for a raise, but it didn't want to pay them more.
f. it wouldn't
Traté de llevarme un perrito callejero a mi casa, pero no quiso subirse a mi coche.I tried to take a stray puppy home, but it wouldn't get into my car.
g. didn't want to
Karla no quiso causar un problema entre ustedes dos.Karla didn't want to cause a problem between the two of you.
Claudia trató de explicarle, pero Miguel no quiso escucharla.Claudia tried to explain things to him, but Miguel wouldn't listen.
(second person singular)
A word or phrase used to refer to the second person formal “usted” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g. usted).
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