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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (present tense; first person plural)
a. we have fun
¿Les gusta ser lexicógrafos? - Nos encanta nuestro trabajo y nos divertimos haciéndolo.Do you like being lexicographers? - We love our job and we have fun doing it.
b. we have a good time
Nos gusta el reguetón porque nos divertimos bailándolo.We like reggaeton because we have a good time dancing it.
c. we enjoy ourselves
Nos divertimos cada vez que vamos a ver a los abuelos.We enjoy ourselves every time we go see our grandparents.
2. (past tense; first person plural)
a. we had fun
Nos divertimos el otro día en el zoo, ¿verdad?We had fun at the zoo the other day, didn't we?
b. we had a good time
Nos divertimos en el cine porque vimos una comedia graciosísima.We had a good time at the movies because we saw a hilarious comedy.
c. we enjoyed ourselves
Ayer nos divertimos y pasamos un día estupendo en vuestra casa.We enjoyed ourselves and had a wonderful day at your place yesterday.
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