which are
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which are(
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (in relative clauses)
a. los cuales son (indicating a permanent quality; masculine or mixed gender)
I love to eat pistachios, which are a type of dried fruit.Me encanta comer pistaches, los cuales son un tipo de fruto seco.
b. las cuales son (indicating a permanent quality; feminine)
I cook with farmer's market apples, which are all so tart.Cocino con manzanas del mercado agrícola, las cuales son bien agrias.
c. que son (indicating a permanent quality)
The children play in the fall leaves, which are orange and brown.Los niños juegan en las hojas del otoño, que son anaranjadas y cafés.
d. los cuales están (indicating a temporary state; masculine or mixed gender)
I've gotten some books for you, which are in the mail right now.Te compré unos libros, los cuales están en el correo ahora mismo.
e. las cuales están (indicating a temporary state; feminine)
They're still waiting for their pies, which are baking right now.Ellos todavía están esperando sus tartas, las cuales se están horneando ahora mismo.
f. que están (indicating a temporary state)
I took the highway and the bridge to work, which are both congested.Tomé la carretera y el puente al trabajo, que están ambos congestionados.
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