se viste y entonces se cepilla los dientes
se viste y entonces se cepilla los dientes
phrase
1. (third person singular) 
Primero se viste y entonces se cepilla los dientes, como le enseñó su mamá.First he gets dressed and then he brushes his teeth, like his mom taught him.
Ana es muy metódica. Se ducha, se viste y entonces se cepilla los dientes.Ana is very methodical. She takes a shower, she gets dressed and then she brushes her teeth.
Todas las mañanas antes de ir a trabajar, Roberto se viste y entonces se cepilla los dientes.Every morning before going to work, Roberto gets dressed and then he brushes his teeth.
Ana se viste y entonces se cepilla los dientes, yo en cambio me cepillo los dientes antes de vestirme.Ana gets dressed and then she brushes her teeth, while I brush my teeth before getting dressed.
2. (formal) (second person singular) 
He notado que siempre se viste y entonces se cepilla los dientes. ¿Por qué no al revés?I've noticed you always get dressed and then you brush your teeth. Why not the other way around?
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