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ya llegué a la casa
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (first person singular)
a. I'm already home
Ya llegué a la casa. ¿Quieres que empiece a preparar la cena?I'm already home. Do you want me to start making dinner?
b. I already got home
Ya llegué a la casa. - ¿Tan temprano? - Sí, hoy apenas tenía trabajo.I already got home. - So early? - Yes, I hardly have anything to do today.
c. I already arrived at the house
Ya llegué a la casa. ¿Toco el timbre o espero a que llegues tú?I already arrived at the house. Shall I ring the bell or shall I wait for you to arrive?
d. I've already arrived at the house
Ya llegué a la casa, pero no puedo entrar porque la llave no está debajo del felpudo de la puerta.I've already arrived at the house, but I can't go in because the key isn't underneath the doormat.
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