se siente mejorphrase
1. (third person singular)
a. he's feeling better (masculine)
¿Cómo está Jorge? ¿Sigue resfriado? - Sí, pero se siente mejor que ayer.How's Jorge? Does he still have a cold? - Yes, but he's feeling better than yesterday.
b. she's feeling better (feminine)
¿Se le quitó el dolor de cabeza a Ana? - No del todo, pero se siente mejor.Did Ana's headache go away? - Not quite, but she's feeling better.
La abuela se siente mejor. La pierna no le duele tanto como antes.Grandma is feeling better. Her leg doesn't hurt as much as before.
2. (formal) (second person singular)
Si se siente mejor, podríamos salir a dar un paseo. Hace un día precioso.If you're feeling better, we could go for a walk. It's a beautiful day.
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