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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (specific action)
a. I'm only asking
¿Pensaron ya si vienen a la playa? Solo pregunto para saber cuántos carros necesitaremos.Have you already decided whether you're coming to the beach? I'm only asking to know how many cars we'll need.
b. I'm just asking
¿Te vas a comprar esta falda? Solo pregunto porque es muy cara.Are you going to buy this skirt? I'm just asking becaue it's very expensive.
2. (habitual or potential action)
a. I only ask
Solo pregunto cuando de verdad quiero saber la respuesta. No pregunto por preguntar.I only ask when I really want to hear the answer. I don't ask just for the sake of it.
b. I just ask
¿No lo sabes? - Claro que no. Solo pregunto lo que no sé.Don't you know? - Of course I don't. I just ask about what I don't know.
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