qué lleva el muchacho
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qué lleva el muchacho(
keh
 
yeh
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bah
 
ehl
 
moo
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chah
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choh
)
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (in questions; what does the boy have; third person singular)
a. what's the boy carrying
¡Ey! ¿Qué lleva el muchacho en la mochila? ¡Está demasiado pesada!Hey! What's the boy carrying in his backpack? It's too heavy!
2. (in statements; what the boy has; third person singular)
a. what the boy's carrying
El policía quiere ver qué lleva el muchacho bajo la chaqueta.The police officer wants to check what the boy's carrying under his jacket.
3. (in questions; what's the boy dressed in; third person singular)
a. what's the boy wearing
¿Qué lleva el muchacho? No se puede ingresar en pantalones cortos. El código de vestimenta es formal.What's the boy wearing? Entrance is not allowed in shorts. The dress code is formal.
4. (in statements; what the boy is dressed in; third person singular)
a. what the boy is wearing
¿Por qué me preguntas qué lleva el muchacho? Puede vestirse como le plazca.Why are you asking me what the boy is wearing? He's free to dress as he likes.
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