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vivieron felices para siempre
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (third person plural)
a. they lived happily ever after
¿Y qué pasó después? - Nada, vivieron felices para siempre.And what happened then? - Nothing, they lived happily ever after.
b. lived happily ever after
El príncipe y la princesa se casaron y vivieron felices para siempre.The prince and princess got married and lived happily ever after.
2. (second person plural)
a. you lived happily ever after
Después nos casamos y ... - ... vivieron felices para siempre. - Ojalá. No, nos divorciamos hace dos años.Then we got married and ... - ... you lived happily ever after. - I wish. No, we got divorced two years ago.
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