vuelve a casa
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vuelve a casa(
bwehl
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sah
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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (habitual or hypothetical action; third person singular)
a. he returns home
Esteban dice que, si vuelve a casa, será solo porque se lo pida su esposa.Esteban says that, if he returns home, it'll be only because his wife asks him to.
b. she returns home
Julia está estudiando en Berlín, pero vuelve a casa una vez al mes.Julia is studying in Berlin, but she returns home once a month.
c. returns home
Mi hijo normalmente vuelve a casa de la escuela a las 3 pm.My son usually returns home from school at 3 pm.
d. he gets home
Mi nieto cada vez sale más y vuelve a casa más tarde.My grandson goes out more and more and he gets home later and later.
e. she gets home
Cuando vuelve a casa del trabajo, está siempre cansadísima.She's always very tired when she gets home from work.
f. gets home
Alicia siempre vuelve a casa antes de las ocho. ¿Le habrá pasado algo?Alicia always gets home before eight. Could something have happened to her?
2.
A word or phrase used to refer to the second person formal “usted” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g. usted).
(formal)
(habitual or hypothetical action; second person singular)
a. you return home
Cuando vuelve a casa después de un viaje largo, debe de ser agradable tener a alguien que le espera.When you return home from a long journey, it must be nice to have someone waiting for you.
b. you get home
Me he dado cuenta de que le gusta tomarse un whisky por la tarde cuando vuelve a casa. A mí también.I've noticed that you like having a whisky when you get home in the evening. Me too.
3. (specific action; third person singular)
a. he's coming back home
Mi padre está de viaje, pero mañana vuelve a casa.My father is away on a trip, but he's coming back home tomorrow.
b. she's coming back home
Mamá dice que está en el centro, pero que vuelve a casa a la hora de comer.Mom says she's downtown, but she's coming back home at lunch time.
c. is coming back home
Mi hijo vuelve a casa porque ha perdido el trabajo.My son is coming back home because he's lost his job.
4.
A word or phrase used to refer to the second person formal “usted” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g. usted).
(formal)
(specific action; second person singular)
a. you're coming back home
Me dijo su hermana que ha finalizado su contrato en Inglaterra y que vuelve a casa el mes que viene.Your sister told me that your contract in England has finished and that you're coming back home next month.
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