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Yesterday – today – tomorrow

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10 [diez]

Ayer – hoy – mañana

10 [ten]

Yesterday – today – tomorrow

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10 [diez]

Ayer – hoy – mañana

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Yesterday was Saturday. Ay-- f-- s-----.
I was at the cinema yesterday. Ay-- e----- e- e- c---.
The film was interesting. La p------- f-- i----------.
   
Today is Sunday. Ho- e- d------.
I’m not working today. Ho- n- t------.
I’m staying at home. Me q---- e- c---.
   
Tomorrow is Monday. Ma---- e- l----.
Tomorrow I will work again. Ma---- v----- a t-------.
I work at an office. Tr----- e- u-- o------.
   
Who is that? ¿Q---- e- é---?
That is Peter. És-- e- P----.
Peter is a student. Pe--- e- e---------.
   
Who is that? ¿Q---- e- é---?
That is Martha. És-- e- M----.
Martha is a secretary. Ma--- e- s---------.
   
Peter and Martha are friends. Pe--- y M---- s-- n-----.
Peter is Martha’s friend. Pe--- e- e- n---- d- M----.
Martha is Peter’s friend. Ma--- e- l- n---- d- P----.
   
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