1. (third person singular)
a. his face
Rubén estaba espantado. Deberías haber visto su cara.Ruben was terrified. You should've seen his face.
b. her face
Micaela pintó su cara y la mía con pintura corporal.Micaela painted her face and mine with body painting.
c. its face
El monstruo tenía muchas verrugas en su cara.The monster had many warts on its face.
2. (second person singular)
a. your face
¿El gato rasguñó su cara o la de su hijo?Did the cat scratch your face or your son's?
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