sus padres

sus padres(
soos
 
pah
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drehs
)
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (third person singular)
a. his parents (masculine)
Diego emigró a Australia y hace años que no ve a sus padres.Diego emigrated to Australia, and it's been years since he last saw his parents.
b. her parents (feminine)
Marisa le pidió prestado el dinero a sus padres.Marisa borrowed the money from her parents.
c. his mother and father (masculine)
Sus padres son belgas.His mother and father are Belgian.
d. her mother and father (feminine)
Lina es tímida, pero sus padres son muy extrovertidos.Lina is shy, but her mother and father are very outgoing.
e. his mom and dad (masculine)
¿Cómo se lleva Hernán con sus padres?How does Hernan get along with his mom and dad?
f. her mom and dad (feminine)
La niña no llegó a conocer a sus padres.The girl never actually knew her mom and dad.
g. his fathers (masculine)
Julio celebró la Navidad con sus padres y sus abuelos.Julio celebrated Christmas with his fathers and grandparents.
h. her fathers (feminine)
Evangelina adora a sus padres.Evangelina loves her fathers.
2. (third person plural)
a. their parents
Algunos niños echan mucho de menos a sus padres en el campamento de verano.Some children miss their parents a lot when they're at summer camp.
b. their mother and father
Lupe y Claudio no viven con sus padres.Lupe and Claudio don't live with their mother and father.
c. their mom and dad
Vinieron acompañados de sus padres.They came with their mom and dad.
d. their fathers
Los hijos de parejas homosexuales quieren igual a sus padres o a sus madres.The children of same-sex couples love their fathers or their mothers equally.
3.
A word of phrase used to refer to the second person informal “tú” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g. How are you?).
(informal)
(second person; plural)
a. your parents
¿Sus padres saben que fuman o se lo ocultan?Do your parents know you smoke or are you hiding it from them?
b. your mother and father
Sus padres están casados, ¿no?Your mother and father are married, aren't they?
c. your mom and dad
¿Cómo son sus padres?What are your mom and dad like?
d. your fathers
¿Cómo se llaman sus padres?What are your fathers called?
4.
A word or phrase used to refer to the second person formal “usted” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g. usted).
(formal)
(second person; plural)
a. your parents
¿Es esta la residencia geriátrica? - Sí, es aquí, pasen. ¿Vienen ustedes a ver a sus padres?Is this the old people's home? - Yes, it is. Please come in. Are you coming to see your parents?
b. your mother and father
Siento comunicarle que sus padres han tenido un accidente de tráfico.I'm sorry to inform you that your mother and father have been in a traffic accident.
c. your fathers
¿Están sus padres hospedados en el Hotel Astoria?Are your fathers staying at the Astoria Hotel?
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