A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase 1. (first person singular) a. I thought that ¡Denis! ¿Qué haces aquí? Pensaba que estabas de vacaciones en Italia. Denis! What are you doing here? I thought that you were on vacation in Italy. 2. (third person singular) a. he thought that (masculine) Pepe solo te invitó a la fiesta porque pensaba que ibas a traer a Sarah. Pepe only invited you to his party because he thought that you were going to bring Sarah. b. she thought that (feminine) Claudia no sabía que tú y Jorge estaban saliendo. Pensaba que eran solo amigos. Claudia didn't know that you and Jorge were dating. She thought you were just friends. c. it thought that La ardilla se fue corriendo porque pensaba que le ibas a agarrar la cola The squirrel ran away because it thought you were going to grab its tail. d. thought that Pancho pensaba que eras de Colombia, pero le dije que eres de Panamá. Pancho thought that you were from Colombia, but I told him you're from Panama. 3.
A word or phrase used to refer to the second person formal “usted” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g., usted).
(formal) (second person singular) a. you thought that Yo sé que usted le dijo a María que me ayudara con el proyecto porque pensaba que yo no me podía encargar de él solo. I know you told Maria to help me with the project because you thought that I couldn't handle it myself. Copyright © Curiosity Media Inc.
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