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what are you thinking
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
a. qué estás pensando
What are you thinking? - Well, that we should contact Paul and let him know what's going on.¿Qué estás pensando? - Bueno, que deberíamos ponernos en contacto con Paul y decirle lo que pasa.
b. qué piensas
What are you thinking of doing? Will you confront Helen and see what she has to say?¿Qué piensas hacer? ¿Piensas encararte con Helen y ver lo que te cuenta?
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