se cayó

se cayó
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (he, she, or it fell downward; third person singular)
a. he fell (masculine)
¿Por qué está llorando Pedro? - Se cayó.Why is Pedro crying? - He fell.
b. she fell (feminine)
Marina corrió para tomar el bus. Se cayó, pero rápidamente se paró y siguió corriendo.Marina ran to catch the bus. She fell, but she quickly stood up and kept running.
c. it fell (neuter)
¿Cómo se rompió el vaso? - Se cayó de la mesa.How did the glass break? - It fell off the table.
d. fell
Mirna se cayó y se hizo un rasguño en la rodilla.Mirna fell and grazed her knee.
2. (it detached; third person singular)
a. it fell out
Perdí mi celular. Imagino que se cayó de mi bolsillo.I lost my cellphone. I guess it fell out of my pocket.
b. it fell off
¿Dónde está mi póster de J. Balvin? - Se cayó.Where's my J. Balvin poster? - It fell off.
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