se acuesta tempranophrase
1. (formal) (in statements; second person singular)
Don Justo, sé que se acuesta temprano, pero haremos una fiesta mañana por la noche si quiere venir.Mr. Justo, I know you go to bed early, but we're having a party tomorrow night if you want to come.
2. (formal) (in questions; second person singular)
Ramón, dígame la verdad. ¿Se acuesta temprano? - No, doctor. Apenas duermo.Ramón, tell me the truth. Do you go to bed early? - No, doctor. I hardly sleep at all.
3. (third person singular)
a. he goes to bed early (masculine)
¿Ya está durmiendo Micah? - Sí. Se acuesta temprano porque comienza a trabajar a las 6 a.m.Is Micah sleeping already? - Yes. He goes to bed early because he starts work at 6 a.m.
b. she goes to bed early (feminine)
¿Dónde está Cora? - Dormida. Se acuesta temprano.Where is Cora? - Sleeping. She goes to bed early.
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