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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
a. how terrible
No sabés qué terrible es querer decir algo y no poder encontrar las palabras.You don't know how terrible it is to feel like saying something and to not be able to find the words.
b. how awful
Hay mucha gente viviendo en la calle como resultado de la crisis económica. - ¡Qué terrible!There are lots of people living in the streets as a result of the economic crisis. - How awful!
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