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Listen to the following phrase being spoken. What does the phrase mean in english ?(phrase spoken is "yo Tengo")

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Answer 1
Answer: "Yo tengo" means "I have"
Answer 2
Answer:

yo tengo means I have in English.

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Answer:

The correct conjugations that fill the blanks are:

  • No te laves - Lávatelas.

- No te laves las manos solamente antes de comer; Lávatelas después de comer también.

Explanation:

The translation of the sentence is:

- Do not wash your hands only before eating; Wash them after eating too.

Two conjugations of the verb "lavar" are required in the sentence in the Imperative Form (which is used to mention orders regularly) making use of object pronouns in a contracted form and separately, in the first case the object pronoun "te" is used because it refers to the personal pronoun "tú," in the second case the same object pronoun is required but in a contracted form "lávate" adding the article "las" that refers to the hands, with the conjugation "lávatelas."

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