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Adverbios

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already – not yet al---- v-- – n---a
Have you already been to Berlin? ¿H- e----- (u----) a----- v-- e- B-----?
No, not yet. No- n----.
   
someone – no one al----- – n---e
Do you know someone here? ¿C----- (u----) a a------ a---?
No, I don’t know anyone here. No- a--- n- c------ a n----.
   
a little longer – not much longer aú- – y- no
Will you stay here a little longer? ¿S- q------ (u----) a-- m---- t----- a---?
No, I won’t stay here much longer. No- y- n- m- q------ m-- t-----.
   
something else – nothing else al-- m-- – n--- m-s
Would you like to drink something else? ¿Q----- (u----) t---- a--- m--?
No, I don’t want anything else. No- n- q----- n--- m--.
   
something already – nothing yet ya ... a--- – t------ / a-- ... n--a
Have you already eaten something? ¿Y- h- c----- (u----) a---?
No, I haven’t eaten anything yet. No- t------ / a-- n- h- c----- n---.
   
someone else – no one else al----- m-- – n---- m-s
Does anyone else want a coffee? ¿Q----- a------ m-- u- c---?
No, no one else. No- n---- m--.
   
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