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Capítulo 3_La vida

Capítulo 3_Expresiones adverbiales de tiempo

a veces sometimes
A veces las parejas se separan. Sometimes couples separate.
cada día each day
Cada día están más enamorados. Each day they are more in love.
después after
Hay una recepción después de la boda. There is a reception after the wedding.
dos veces twice
tres veces three times
una vez once
Se casó y se divorció tres veces. He / she got married and got divorced three times.
Los invitados aplaudieron dos veces. The guests applauded twice.
entonces then, so
Entonces, partieron el pastel. Then, they cut the cake.
finalmente finally
Primero, tuvo lugar la ceremonia; después celebraron con el banquete y finalmente, salieron de luna de miel. First, the ceremony took place; then they celebrated at (with) the banquet; and finally they left on the honeymoon.
luego then / later
muchas veces very often, many times
Los novios se besaron muchas veces y entonces ella tiró el ramo. The wedding couple kissed many times and then she threw the bouquet.
Vamos luego. We are going later.
El banquete fue primero y luego tocó la orquesta. The banquet was first and then the orchestra played.
nunca never
otra vez again
por fin at last, finally
Por fin, llegaron los novios. At last, the wedding couple arrived.
Los invitados aplaudieron otra vez. The guests applauded again.
Ellos nunca fuman. They never smoke.
siempre always
casi siempre almost always
Las bodas casi siempre terminan con baile. Weddings almost always end with dancing.
solamente only
Solamente fueron los hermanos al funeral por la pandemia. Only the siblings went to the funeral because of the pandemic.
todos los años every year
todos los meses every month
todas las semanas every week
todos los días every day
Ellos salen todas las noches. They go out every night.
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