ESP phrases (1001-1250)

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I have his cellphone.
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Tengo su teléfono celular.
My sister's suitcase is big.
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La maleta de mi hermana es grande.
The balls, the bottles.
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Las bolas, las botellas.
Do you have a cellphone?
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¿Tienes un teléfono celular?
The ship is old.
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El barco es viejo.
Big scissors.
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Tijeras grandes.
Do you have cameras?
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¿Tienes cámaras?
Do you have a watch?
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¿Tienes reloj?
What thing do you have in your backpack?
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Qué cosa tienes en tu mochila?
The plane is yellow.
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El avión es amarillo.
The time is on the clock.
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La hora está en el reloj.
The ship arrives today.
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El barco llega hoy.
It is my new backpack.
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Es mi nueva mochila.
It is a bell.
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Es una campana.
I have a pen.
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Tengo una pluma.
I need batteries.
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Necesito baterías.
The lawyers (F) deliver the papers.
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Las abogadas entregan los papeles.
Dollars per year.
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Dólares al año.
It is a source of money.
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Es una fuente de dinero.
My card is in the desk.
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Mi tarjeta está en el escritorio.
Do you have a pen?
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¿Tienes una pluma?
The document has many pages.
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El documento tiene muchas páginas.
A big object.
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Un objeto grande.
The newspapers are recent.
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Los periódicos son recientes.
I need magazines in English.
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Necesito revistas en inglés.
Personal objects.
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Objectos personales.
Who has the documents?
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¿Quién tiene los documentos?
I want a cheese sandwich and a glass of water.
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Quiero un emparedado de queso y un vaso de agua.
The cup is blue.
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La copa es azul.
She reads the newspapers.
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Ella lee los periódicos.
The book has pages.
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Un libro tiene páginas.
The device is small.
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El aparato es pequeño.
The apparatus is new.
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El aparato es nuevo.
The box is on the desk.
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La caja está en el escritorio.
It is a bad piece.
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Es una mala pieza
Those rules do not count.
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Esas reglas no cuentan.
Are you a machine?
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¿Eres una máquina?
No, I go by bus.
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No, yo voy en autobús.
He has a car.
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Él tiene un auto.
She follows the rules.
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Ella sigue las reglas.
The car is blue.
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El auto es azul.
The colonel has a bomb.
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El coronel tiene una bomba.
It is a list.
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Es una lista.
It is a bottle with a note.
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Es una botella con una nota.
The author (F) reads about motors.
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La autora lee sobre motores.
The car has wheels.
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El coche tiene ruedas.
Bombs are bad.
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Las bombas son malas.
My pen.
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Mi bolígrafo.
The bicycles are new.
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Las bicicletas son nuevas.
It is a necessary thing.
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Es una cosa necesaria.
The map is on top of the bed.
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El mapa está sobre la cama.
I want a computer.
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Quiero una computadora.
The children hear the train.
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Los niños oyen el tren.
The car keys are one the table.
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Las llaves del coche están en la mesa.
It is a bicycle.
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Es una bicicleta.
Antonio is my uncle.
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Antonio es mi tío.
He is Luis, she is Julia.
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Él es Luis, ella es Julia.
I am Antonio, I speak Spanish.
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Soy Antonio, hablo español.
Luis is a boy.
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Luis es un niño.
I am better.
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Estoy mejor.
Yes, Luis is my husband.
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Sí, Luis es mi esposo.
No, Luis is not my uncle.
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No, Luis no es mi tío.
Pedro is my cousin.
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Pedro es mi primo.
The cheese is from Italy.
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El queso es de Italia.
Are you new?
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¿Eres nuevo?
I am good.
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Estoy bien.
Luis and Antonio are my sons.
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Luis y Antonio son mis hijos.
We are Luis and Antonio.
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Somos Luis y Antonio.
Sofia wants the shoes because they are black.
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Sofía quiere los zapatos porque son negros.
In what month are we?
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¿En qué mes estamos?
The windows are black.
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Las ventanas son negras.
They are fine.
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Ellos están bien.
We (F) are fine.
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Nosotras estamos bien.
We are at dinner.
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Nosotras estamos en la cena.
Those (over there) girls are my daughters.
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Aquellas niñas son mis hijas.
You are a student (F).
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Eres una estudiante.
I am a mouse.
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Soy un ratón.
Are they far from here?
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¿Ellos estan lejos de aquí?
How are you?
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¿Cómo estás?
I am fine, thank you. How are you?
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Estoy bien, gracias. ¿Cómo estás tú?
The bicycle is between the cars.
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La bicicleta está entre los coches.
Lorena is in the garden.
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Lorena está en el jardín.
He walks on the street.
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Él camina en la calle.
The hotel is not big.
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El hotel no es grande.
Welcome to the hotel!
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¡Bienvenido al hotel!
Ana eats in the restaurant.
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Ana come en el restaurante.
José walks on the beach.
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José camina en la playa.
Welcome to my restaurant.
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Bienvenido a mi restaurante.
Where is the train to the Madrid?
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¿Dónde está el tren hacia Madrid?
What country are you from?
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¿De qué país eres?
The place is very big.
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El lugar es muy grande.
Those houses are blue.
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Esas casas son azules.
Do you have a map of the city?
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¿Tienes un mapa de la ciudad?
The places are small.
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Los lugares son pequeños.
We have cities.
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Tenemos ciudades.
My uncle has a house in Italy.
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Mi tío tiene una casa en Italia.
Every country is beautiful.
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Cada país es bonito.
We are a large community.
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Somos una comunidad grande.
The square is large and beautiful.
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La plaza es grande y bonita.
She goes to the university.
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Ella va a la universidad.
She knows a lot about banks.
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Ella sabe mucho de bancos.
We talked about these regions.
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Hablamos de estas regiones.
We walk in the square.
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Caminamos en la plaza.
The community speaks English.
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La comunidad habla inglés.
My brother is a university student.
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Mi hermano es un estudiante de universidad.
He is in the hospital.
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Él está en el hospital.
It is an important port.
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Es un puerto importante.
My sister goes to the institute.
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Mi hermana va al instituto.
These living rooms are very large.
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Estas salas son muy grandes.
It is a large territory.
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Es un territorio grande.
The shoes department.
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El departamento de zapatos.
The party is for the village.
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La fiesta es para el pueblo.
The palace is green.
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El palacio es verde.
The islands are small.
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Las islas son pequeñas.
The towns are different.
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Los pueblos son diferentes.
I have an apartment.
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Tengo un departamento.
My boss has a ranch.
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Mi jefe tiene una hacienda.
His neighborhood.
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El barrio de él.
The buildings are big.
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Los edificios son grandes.
Ana plays in the park.
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Ana juega en el parque.
Where is the museum?
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¿Dónde está el museo?
Your home country is Germany.
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Tu patria es Alemania.
It is your home.
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Es tu hogar.
Where is the border?
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¿Dónde está la frontera?
It is a local festival.
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Es un festival local.
She sees the towers.
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Ella ve las torres.
We walk by the road.
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Caminamos por la carretera.
It is a continent.
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Es un continente.
The judge (F) looks for the clues.
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La juez busca las pistas.
Asia is a continent.
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Asia es un continente.
I am from the West.
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Yo soy del oeste.
I go to an agency.
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Yo voy a una agencia.
It is a huge distance.
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Es una distancia enorme.
But no in the capital.
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Pero no en la capital.
California is on the west.
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California está al oeste.
The capital of Germany is Berlin.
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La capital de Alemania es Berlín.
The distance is hard.
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La distancia es dura.
We go to the agency.
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Nosotros vamos a la agencia.
This hotel does not serve lunch.
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Este hotel no sirve almuerzo.
She drinks coffee with milk.
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Ella bebe café con leche.
Where is the hotel?
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¿Dónde está el hotel?
I do not go to the school on Sunday.
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No voy a la escuela el domingo.
How far is to the airport?
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¿A qué distancia está el aueropuerto?
He is in his office.
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Él está en su oficina.
It is my culture.
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Es mi cultura.
The people look.
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La gente mira.
We do not have workers here.
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No tenemos trabajadores aquí.
To the population in general.
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A la población en general.
The lady is responsible.
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La señora es responsable.
You have no culture.
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No tienes cultura.
He knows a lot of people.
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Él conoce a mucha gente.
We have an audience.
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Tenemos una audiencia.
How is your marriage?
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¿Cómo está tu matrimonio?
Every revolution is new.
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Cada revolutión es nueva.
Now he is just a normal citizen.
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Ahora, él es sólo un ciudadano normal.
They are a couple.
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Ellos son una pareja.
The audience hears.
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La audiencia oye.
I have an enemy.
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Tengo un enemigo.
I study tourism.
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Estudio turismo.
What a beautiful habit.
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Que bonita costumbre.
It is bad for humanity.
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Es malo para la humanidad.
We have a victim.
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Tenemos una victima.
We do not want an enemy.
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No queremos un enemigo.
What do you think of humanity?
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Qué piensas de la humanidad?
We are individuals.
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Somos individuos.
They study Tourism.
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Ellos estudian turismo.
It is just an old habit.
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Es sólo una vieja costumbre.
Nor I.
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Ni yo.
He is always a gentleman.
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Él es siempre un caballero.
Besides, we do not have witnesses.
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Además, no tenemos testigos.
My cousins go to the fair.
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Mis primos van a la feria.
They are small adults.
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Ellos son adultos pequeños.
She is not my sister but my mother.
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Ella no es mi hermana sino mi madre.
I am a witness.
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Yo soy un testigo.
We are not adults.
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No somos adultos.
It is not a fair.
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No es una feria.
The whole population depends on them.
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Toda la población depende de ellos.
My parents come from different cultures.
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Mis padres vienen de culturas diferentes.
She tells me the time.
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Ella me dice la hora.
I love you, but not much.
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Yo te quiero, pero no mucho.
She writes to him.
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Ella le escribe a él.
José does not speak to her.
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José no le habla a ella.
You eat an apple. (yourself)
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Tú te comes una manzana.
I eat an apple. (myself)
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Yo me como una manzana.
He reads her a newspaper.
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Él le lee un diario a ella.
I love you.
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Te amo.
She reads you (formal) a newspaper.
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Ella le lee un diario a usted.
He knows me.
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Él me conoce.
Each day I love you more.
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Cada día yo te quiero más.
She does not know me.
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Ella no me conoce.
You write me a book.
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Tú me escribes un libro.
I love you.
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Te quiero.
We are staying.
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Nos quedamos.
The teacher (M) reads us a book.
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El maestro nos lee un libro.
See you (pl) next week!
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¡Nos vemos la próxima semana!
We eat an orange.
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Nos comemos una naranja.
She blames us.
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Ella nos culpa.
She and I love each other.
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Ella y yo nos queremos.
The teacher (F) reads us a book.
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La maestra nos lee un libro.
You (formal) blame us.
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Usted nos culpa.
We read to them.
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Nosotras les leemos a ellos.
He writes them (M) a book.
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Él les escribe un libro a ellos.
She hears us.
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Ella nos oye.
We eat an orange.
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Nosotros nos comemos una naranja.
I know it.
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Lo sé.
I love her a lot.
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Yo la quiero mucho a ella.
I say it.
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Lo digo.
I love her a lot.
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La quiero mucho.
I do not need it.
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No lo necesito.
He loves her.
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Él la quiere a ella.
She wants it.
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Ella lo quiere.
I see her.
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Yo la veo.
I do not touch her.
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Yo no la toco a ella.
I do not have it.
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No lo tengo.
I remember him.
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Yo lo recuerdo a él.
I know her.
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Yo la conozco.
I have it.
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Yo lo tengo.
I do not see you (formal pl) / them (M).
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Yo no los veo.
I love them (F) a lot.
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A ellas las quiero mucho.
He visits them (F).
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Él las visita a ellas.
I respect them (M).
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Yo los respeto.
I respect them (F).
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Yo las respeto a ellas.
I do not remember them (M).
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No los recuerdo a ellos.
I love them a lot (M).
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A ellos los quiero mucho.
I hear them (M).
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Los oigo a ellos.
I do not remember them (F).
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No las recuerdo a ellas.
She finds them (M).
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Ella los encuentra.
We (F) found them (M).
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Nosotras los encontramos a ellos.
I hear them (F).
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Las oigo a ellas.
She looks like her mother.
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Ella se parece a su madre.
The girl eats an apple.
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La niña se come una manzana.
She eats an apple.
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Ella se come una manzana.
The child eats an apple.
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El niño se come una manzana.
The woman eats an apple.
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La mujer se come una manzana.
He eats an apple.
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Él se come una manzana.
The children eat the soup.
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Los niños se comen la sopa.
The man eats an apple.
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El hombre se come una manzana.
I do not know it.
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No lo sé.
I am telling you (formal).
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Le digo.
She follows me.
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Ella me sigue.
She cooks for you (formal pl).
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Ella les cocina a ustedes.
I eat an apple.
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Yo me como una manzana.
You eat an apple.
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Tú te comes una manzana.
It is your desk.
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Es tu escritorio.
Four apples.
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Cuatro manzanas.
Five fish.
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Cinco pescados.
Two people.
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Dos personas.
Three hats.
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Tres sombreros.
I see eight horses.
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Yo veo ocho caballos.
I have two houses.
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Tengo dos casas.

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