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¿Y si *hacemos un muñeco?
*v. hacer; nosotros present

What if we make a doll?


*Ven *vamos a jugar
*v. venir= to come; tu imperative
*v. ir= to go; nosotros present

Come Let's play


Ya no te puedo ver jamás

**Whenever the negative words nada, nadie, nunca, tampoco, jamás, follow the verb, no must precede the verb, which produces a multiple negative construction.

I can never see you anymore


hermana *sal, *parece que no estas
*v. salir= to go out; tu imperative
*v. parecer= to seem; it present

sister, come out. It seems you're not here


*Solíamos ser amigas y ya no más
*v. soler= to use to ; nosotros imperfect

we used to be friends, and we're not anymore


No entiendo lo que *pasó
*v. pasar= to happen; it preterite

I do not understand what happened


No tiene que ser un muñeco

It does not have to be a doll


*Déjame en paz Anna
*v. dejar= to leave/to let oneself; tu imperative

Leave me alone Anna


Ya *me voy
*v. irse= to go away

I'm leaving already


En nuestra bici hay que pasear
**pasear en bicicleta= ride a bike

we have to ride our bike


Tu compañía *hace falta aquí
*hacer falta= to need

your company is needed here


Con los retratos ya *empecé a conversar
*v. empezar= to start; yo preterite

with the portraits I already started to talk


No *te rindas John
*v. rendirse= to give up; tu subjunctive

Don't give up John


Es algo aburrido, solamente ver las horas decir tic, tac

It is something boring, only to see the hours saying tic, tac


Sé que estas adentro, me *han preguntado ¿A dónde *fue?
*v. preguntar= to ask; present perfect
*v. ser; she preterite

I know that you are inside, they have asked me: Where was she?


Esa valiente, y *de mí traté
*v. tratar de= to try; yo preterite

This brave, and I tried to


te *vengo a buscar, déjame entrar
*v. venir= to come; yo preterite

** why use 'a' ?to connect a verb with a following infinitive — This use of a is especially common following verbs indicating the start of an action.

I come to you to look for you, let me in


Tu eres lo que tengo, solo *escúchame
*v. escuchar; tu imperative

You're what I have, just listen to me


Ya no sé qué hacer

I do not know what to do