puedo pasar

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puedo pasar(
pweh
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pah
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sahr
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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (may I enter; in questions)
a. can I come in
Necesito unos archivos. ¿Puedo pasar?I need some files. Can I come in?
b. may I come in
¿Puedo pasar? Tengo que hablarle de algo.May I come in? I need to discuss something with you.
2. (may I spend time; in questions)
a. can I spend
¿Puedo pasar el fin de semana en casa de Laura?Can I spend the weekend at Laura's house?
3. (I can spend time; in statements)
a. I can spend
Puedo pasar la tarde entera leyendo y no me aburro.I can spend a whole evening reading without getting bored.
4. (I can enter; in statements)
a. I can come in
Si puedo pasar, le enseño el borrador del proyecto que he hecho.If I can come in, I'll show you the draft of the project that I've prepared.
5. (I can go to; used with "por"; in statements)
a. I can pop into
Si quieres, puedo pasar por la panadería de vuelta del trabajo.If you like, I can pop into the bakery on the way back from work.
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