toman un curso

toman un curso(
toh
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mahn
 
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koor
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soh
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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (third person plural)
a. they take a course
¿Qué hacen los lunes por la tarde? - Toman un curso de cocina italiana.What do they do on Monday afternoons? - They take a course in Italian cuisine.
b. they're taking a course
¿Qué hacen los alumnos? - Toman un curso de matemáticas.What are the students doing? - They're taking a math course.
c. take a course
Los maestros toman un curso relacionado con métodos de enseñanza y aprendizaje.The teachers take a course related to teaching and learning methods.
d. are taking a course
Luisa y Fer toman un curso de francés.Luisa and Fer are taking a French course.
2. (second person plural)
a. you take a course
Supe que toman un curso los sábados.I heard that you take a course on Saturdays.
b. you're taking a course
Me acabo de enterar que toman un curso en la universidad.I just heard that you're taking a course at the university.
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