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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
a. ay, lo siento
Oh, sorry! I didn't see you. - No problem.¡Ay, lo siento! No lo vi. - No hay problema.
b. oh, lo siento
Hey, you stepped on my foot! - Oh, sorry.¡Oye, me pisaste! - Oh, lo siento.
c. ay, perdón
Hey! Who turned of the lights? - Oh, sorry. I didn't realize there was anyone in here.¡Eh! ¿Quién apagó las luces? - Ay, perdón. No me di cuenta de que alguien estaba aquí.
d. oh, perdón
Oh, sorry. I didn't mean to offend you.Oh, perdón. No te quise ofender.
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