salir a escena

salir a escena(
sah
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leer
 
ah
 
eh
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seh
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nah
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An intransitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and does not require a direct object (e.g. Everybody please stand up.).
intransitive verb phrase
1. (theater)
a. to come on stage
Tú, que eres el conde, tienes que salir a escena justo cuando me oigas decir la frase: "Aquí viene el conde. ¿Qué noticias traerá?"You, who are the count, have to come on stage just when you hear me say the phrase: "Here comes the count. What news will he bring?"
b. to go on stage
La actriz dijo que, siempre que sale a escena, está muy nerviosa durante los primeros cinco minutos.The actress said that, whenever she goes on stage, she's very nervous for the first five minutes.
c. to appear on stage
El actor tenía 95 años la última vez que salió a escena.The actor was 95 years old the last time he appeared on stage.
d. to come on
Al final de la obra, los niños más pequeños saldrán a escena vestidos de pastores y cantarán un villancico.At the end of the play, the youngest children will come on dressed as shepherds and sing a Christmas carol.
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