siempre come cosas malas y después tiene dolor dephrase
1. (third person singular)
a. he always eats junk food, and then he has ... ache (masculine)
¿Qué le pasa a Juan? - Siempre come cosas malas y después tiene dolor de estómago.What's wrong with Juan? - He always eats junk food, and then he has stomach ache.
b. she always eats junk food, and then she has ... ache (feminine)
Marisa no se cuida. Siempre come cosas malas y después tiene dolor de cabeza.Marisa doesn't take care of her own health. She always eats junk food, and then she has headache.
2. (formal) (second person singular)
Me siento mal. - Siempre come cosas malas y después tiene dolor de estómago. Tiene que comer comida más saludable.I'm not feeling well. - You always eat junk food, and then you have stomach ache. You have to eat healthier.
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