se ha idophrase
1. (third person singular)
a. he's left (masculine)
¿Dónde está Jonathan? - Se ha ido ya a la escuela.Where's Jonathan? - He's already left for school.
b. she's left (feminine)
Beatriz ha dicho que su novio la esperaba y se ha ido.Beatriz has said her boyfriend was waiting for her and she's left.
c. it's left
Estoy segura de que el autobús estaba estacionado aquí. Nada, se ha ido sin nosotros.I'm sure the bus was parked here. I'm afraid it's left without us.
d. has left
Son y diez, así que el tren de las cinco ya se ha ido.It's ten past, so the five o'clock train has already left.
e. he's gone (masculine)
Se ha ido a Barcelona a pasar el fin de semana.He's gone to Barcelona for the weekend.
f. she's gone (feminine)
¿Eva no ha venido a trabajar? - Hoy mismo se ha ido de vacaciones.Hasn't Eva come to work? - She's gone on vacation just today.
g. it's gone
¿Y el taxi? - Hemos tardado demasiado y se ha ido.And the taxi? - We've taken too long and it's gone.
h. has gone
Mi hermana se ha ido a trabajar a Chile.My sister has gone to work in Chile.
2. (second person singular)
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