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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (in statements; second person plural)
2. (in questions; second person plural)
3. (in statements; third person plural)
a. they had fun
Llevé a los chicos a la playa en la mañana. Por eso están cansados, pero se divirtieron.I took the kids to the beach this morning. That's why they're tired, but they had fun.
b. had fun
La fiesta comenzó un poco tarde, pero los niños se divirtieron.The party started a little bit late, but the kids had fun.
4. (in questions; third person plural)
a. did they have fun
No pude ir a la boda de tu sobrina, pero mis papás sí fueron. - Ay, no los vi. ¿Se divirtieron?I couldn't go to your niece's wedding, but my parents did. - Oh, I didn't see them. Did they have fun?
b. did ... have fun
¿Tus hijos se divirtieron en la fiesta de Manuel? - No. No fueron.Did your kids have fun at Manuel's party? - No. They didn't go.
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