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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (third person singular)
a. he feels like (masculine)
Mi hermano dice que tiene ganas de ir al cine.My brother says he feels like going to the cinema.
b. he wants (feminine)
Diego me da lástima. Tiene ganas de viajar al exterior pero no tiene suficiente dinero.I feel sorry for Diego. He wants to travel abroad but he doesn't have enough money.
c. she feels like (masculine)
¿Qué quiere Nadia? - Tiene ganas de comer pizza.What does Nadia want? - She feels like eating pizza.
d. she wants (feminine)
Hablé con mi sobrina. Tiene ganas de ir al zoológico.I talked to my niece. She wants to go to the zoo.
(second person singular)
A word or phrase used to refer to the second person formal “usted” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g., usted).
a. you feel like
Si tiene ganas de nadar, podemos ir a la playa.If you feel like swimming, we can go to the beach.
b. you want
Su esposa me dijo que usted tiene ganas de viajar a Egipto.Your wife told me that you want to travel to Egypt.
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