In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1les quiero mostrar algo — I want to show them something
- les puse las fundas a los muebles — I put the covers on the furniture
- pregúntales a ellas — ask them
- ¿a ustedes no les molesta el ruido? — doesn't the noise bother you?
- les han dado un ultimátum — they've been given an ultimatum
- les resultó muy difícil entenderte — they found it very difficult to understand you
- se les han echado a perder los tomates — their tomatoes have gone rotten
- el niño no les duerme — their son isn't sleeping
2them Spainyoumírales ¿no están guapos? — look at them, don't they look handsome?
- perdonen, no les había reconocido — sorry, I didn't recognize you
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