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van ustedes a divertirse
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (you're going to have fun; plural)
a. you're going to enjoy yourselves
Creo que van ustedes a divertirse mucho viendo la película porque es su tipo de humor.I think you're going to enjoy yourselves a lot watching the movie because it's your kind of humor.
b. you're going to have a good time
Claro que van ustedes a divertirse en la fiesta. Todos sus amigos estarán allí.Of course you're going to have a good time at the party. All your friends will be there.
2. (you're going out on the town; plural)
a. you're going out partying
Si van ustedes a divertirse, no beban demasiado y, sobre todo, no conduzcan, tomen un taxi.If you're going out partying, don't drink too much, and above all, don't drive. Take a taxi.
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