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anonymous

  • one year ago

hi I need help please and thankyou Frases Forma frases completas. Usa las formas del pretérito de ser y de ir. Haz otros cambios si son necesarios. dos amigos y yo/ir/Machu Picchu/el verano pasado las vacaciones/ser/maravillosas yo/ir/al Parque Nacional del Manu/también la gente/ser/muy simpática ¿adónde/ir/tú/de vacaciones/el año pasado?

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    What do you need to do ?

  2. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Dos amigos y yo fuimos a Machu Picchu el verano pasado./El verano pasado, dos amigos y yo fuimos a Machu Picchu. Las vacaciones fueron maravillosas. (Yo) fui al Parque Nacional del Manu también./(Yo) también fui al Parque Nacional del Manu./También (yo) fui al Parque Nacional del Manu. La gente fue muy simpática. ¿Adónde fuiste (tú) de vacaciones el año pasado? You can omit the pronouns between ( ).

  3. Uniqueartist1
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    I can help you out but only if u tell me exactly what u need to do

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