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the sun is out
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
a. salió el sol
It stopped raining and the sun is out. Let's go and play in the garden.Dejó de llover y salió el sol. Vamos a jugar al jardín.
b. ha salido el sol
There's still a few clouds, but the sun is out.Hay aún algunas nubes, pero ha salido el sol.
c. hace sol
The sun is out today! - Thank God for that. I was sick of all that rain.¡Hoy hace sol! - Menos mal. Estaba harta de tanta lluvia.
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