se va a casar

se va a casar
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (in statements; third person singular)
a. he's going to get married (masculine)
Samuel dice que se va a casar en la alcaldía.Samuel says that he's going to get married in city hall.
b. she's going to get married (feminine)
¿Dónde se va a casar Nina? - Se va a casar en la playa.Where is Nina getting married? - She's going to get married at the beach.
c. is going to get married
¿Te enteraste que tu ex se va a casar?Did you hear that your ex is going to get married?
d. he's going to marry (masculine)
Alberto está comprometido con su novia y se va a casar con ella este año.Alberto is engaged to his girlfriend and he's going to marry her this year.
e. she's going to marry (feminine)
Candela ya tiene dos hijos con Gael, así que ahora se va a casar con él.Candela already has two children with Gael, so now she's going to marry him.
f. is...going to marry
No puedo creer que tu hermano se va a casar en un castillo.I can't believe your brother going to marry in a castle.
A word or phrase used to refer to the second person formal “usted” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g. usted).
(in statements; second person singular)
a. you're going to get married
No sabía que se va a casar. ¡Felicitaciones!I didn't know that you're going to get married. Congratulations!
b. you're going to marry
Escuché que se va a casar en el extranjero. ¿Dónde?I heard you're going to marry abroad. Where?
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