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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
a. not me
Otros se hubieran rendido, pero yo no. Yo seguí luchando.Other people might have given up, but not me. I kept on fighting.
b. I don't
Yo como mucha carne, ¿y tú? - Yo no. Soy vegetariano.I eat a lot of meat. What about you? - I don't. I'm a vegetarian.
c. I'm not
¿Vas a ir a la fiesta de graduación? - Yo no.Are you going to the graduation party? - I'm not.
d. I didn't
¿Apagaste el televisor? - Yo no, ¿y tú?Did you turn off the TV? - I didn't. Did you?
e. I wasn't
Ellos estaban muy contentos. Yo no.They were very happy. I wasn't.
f. I won't
Mañana iremos al cine. ¿Vendrán? - Yo no. Yo me quedaré en casa. Ve tú si quieres, Ángela.We're going to the movies tomorrow. Will you come? - I won't. I'll stay at home. You can go if you want, Angela.
g. I wouldn't
¿Te embarcarías en una misión espacial? - Yo no.Would you go on a space mission? - No, I wouldn't.
h. I can't
¿Tú sabes nadar? Yo no.Can you swim? I can't.
i. I couldn't
Su esposa hablaba español, pero él no.His wife could speak Spanish, but he couldn't.
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