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van a traer los pasajes
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (third person plural)
a. they're going to bring the tickets
Hoy van a traer los pasajes. - No entiendo. ¿Quiénes? ¿La compañía aérea te los trae a casa?They're going to bring the tickets today. - I don't understand. Who? Does the airline do home deliveries?
b. are going to bring the tickets
Mis padres van a traer los pasajes que nos compraron para ir a Mallorca. - Son verdaderamente generosos. Es un regalo estupendo.My parents are going to bring the tickets they bought us to go to Mallorca. - They're really generous. It's a wonderful present.
2. (second person plural)
a. you're going to bring the tickets
Si van a traer los pasajes, díganmelo y sacaré dinero del banco para pagárselos.If you're going to bring the tickets, let me know, and then I'll withdraw money from the bank to pay for them.
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