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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (in questions)
2. (in statements)
a. what happens
¿Es peligroso ir sin cinturón? - Piensa solo en qué sucede cuando hay un choque y alguien no lo lleva.Is it dangerous to drive without the seat belt on? - Just think of what happens when there's a crash and someone's not wearing it.
b. what's happening
¡Oigo gritos! ¡Dime qué sucede!I can hear shouts! Tell me what's happening!
c. what the matter is
Si crees que tus amigos están tratando de evitarte, sencillamente pregúntales qué sucede.If you think your friends are trying to avoid you, just ask them what the matter is.
d. what's going on
Que alguien me diga qué sucede, porque sé que me están mintiendo.Somebody tell me what's going on, because I know you're lying to me.
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