sus amigos

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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (both female and male friends; third person singular)
a. his friends (masculine)
Pedro presentó a su nueva novia a sus amigos.Pedro introduced his new girlfriend to his friends.
b. her friends (feminine)
Lucía sale los viernes con sus amigos.Lucia goes out every Friday with her friends.
2.
A word or phrase used to refer to the second person formal “usted” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g. usted).
(formal)
(both female and male friends; second person singular)
a. your friends
¿Qué tal se lleva usted con sus amigos?How do you get along with your friends?
3. (both female and male friends; third person plural)
a. their friends
¿Cómo llegaron Rosa y Andrés al hotel? - Sus amigos Juan y Elena fueron a buscarlos al aeropuerto.How did Rosa and Andres get to the hotel? - Their friends Juan and Elena went to pick them up at the airport.
4. (both female and male friends; second person plural)
a. your friends
¿Viven todos sus amigos en el mismo barrio que ustedes? - Sí, y los vemos muy a menudo.Do all your friends live in the same neighborhood as you? - Yes, and we see them very often.
5. (only male friends; third person singular)
a. his male friends (masculine)
Luis invitó a todos sus amigos a su despedida de soltero.Luis invited all his friends to his stag party.
b. her male friends (feminine)
Lupe no pudo invitar a sus amigos a su despedida de soltera.Lupe couldn't invite her male friends to her bachelorette party.
6.
A word or phrase used to refer to the second person formal “usted” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g. usted).
(formal)
(only male friends; second person singular)
a. your male friends
¿Qué tipo de actividades realiza con sus amigos y cuáles con sus amigas?What kind of activities do you do with your male friends and which do you do with your female friends?
7. (only male friends; third person plural)
a. their male friends
Pedro y José son médicos, y todos sus amigos y sus amigas lo son también.Pedro and Jose are doctors, and so are all their male and female friends.
8. (only male friends; second person plural)
a. your male friends
En esta foto están sus amigas, pero no sus amigos. - No, ese día solo estaban en la disco nuestras amigas.Only your female friends are in the photo, not your male friends. - No, only our female friends were at the disco that day.
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