tienen alguna pregunta
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tienen alguna pregunta(
tyeh
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nehn
 
ahl
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goo
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nah
 
preh
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goon
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tah
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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (in statements; third person plural)
a. they have some questions
Tenemos una maravillosa audiencia en vivo esta noche y estoy seguro de que tienen alguna pregunta para usted, Sr. Presidente.We have a wonderful live audience this evening, and I'm sure they have some questions for you, Mr. President.
b. they have any questions
Los niños pueden intervenir cuando quieran. Si tienen alguna pregunta, deben levantar la mano y les pasaremos un micrófono.The kids can take part whenever they want. If they have any questions, they should raise their hands, and we'll pass them a microphone.
c. have some questions
Mi nombre es Benito Posada y soy profesor del Colegio Victoria. Mis alumnos tienen alguna pregunta que hacer.My name is Benito Posada and I am a teacher at Victoria School. My students have some questions to make.
2. (in statements; second person plural)
a. you have some questions
Ustedes dijeron que tienen alguna pregunta que hacer, Sr. Ávila.You said you have some questions to make, Mr. Avila.
b. you have any questions
Si tienen alguna pregunta, por favor, siéntanse con libertad de pararse y hablar.Should you have any questions, please feel free to stand up and talk.
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