Acabar + de + infinitive
(to have just ____)
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to have just ________
acabar
+ de + infinitive
For Example:
I have just studied.
Acabo de estudiar.
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to have just ________
acabar
+ de + infinitive
How would you say:
I have just seen.
Acabo de ver.
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to have just ________
acabar
+ de + infinitive
How would you say:
I have just made.
Acabo de hacer.
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to have just ________
acabar
+ de + infinitive
How would you say:
I have just heard.
Acabo de oír.
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to have just ________
acabar
+ de + infinitive
How would you say:
I have just received.
Acabo de recibir.
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to have just ________
acabar
+ de + infinitive
How would you say:
I have just sold.
Acabo de vender.
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to have just ________
acabar
+ de + infinitive
How would you say:
I have just bought.
Acabo de comprar.
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to have just ________
acabar
+ de + infinitive
How would you say:
I have just finished.
Acabo de terminar.
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to have just ________
acabar
+ de + infinitive
How would you say:
We have just finished.
Acabamos de terminar.
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to have just ________
acabar
+ de + infinitive
How would you say:
We have just bought.
Acabamos de comprar.
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to have just ________
acabar
+ de + infinitive
How would you say:
We have just seen.
Acabamos de ver.
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to have just ________
acabar
+ de + infinitive
How would you say:
We have just received.
Acabamos de recibir.
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to have just ________
acabar
+ de + infinitive
How would you say:
We have just sold.
Acabamos de vender.
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to have just ________
acabar
+ de + infinitive
How would you say:
They have just sold.
Acaban de vender.
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to have just ________
acabar
+ de + infinitive
How would you say:
They have just prepared.
Acaban de preparar.
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to have just ________
acabar
+ de + infinitive
How would you say:
They have just finished.
Acaban de terminar.
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to have just ________
acabar
+ de + infinitive
How would you say:
They have just rested.
Acaban de descansar.
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to have just ________
acabar
+ de + infinitive
How would you say:
I have just rested.
Acabo de descansar.
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to have just ________
acabar
+ de + infinitive
How would you say:
I have just understood.
Acabo de comprender.
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to have just ________
acabar
+ de + infinitive
How would you say:
I have just listened.
Acabo de escuchar.
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to have just ________
acabar
+ de + infinitive
How would you say:
I have just made.
Acabo de hacer.
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to have just ________
acabar
+ de + infinitive
How would you say:
He has just made.
Acaba de hacer.
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to have just ________
acabar
+ de + infinitive
How would you say:
He has just studied.
Acaba de estudiar.
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to have just ________
acabar
+ de + infinitive
How would you say:
He has just heard.
Acaba de oír.
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to have just ________
acabar
+ de + infinitive
How would you say:
She has just seen.
Acaba de ver.
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to have just ________
acabar
+ de + infinitive
How would you say:
You (tú) have just seen.
Acabas de ver.
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to have just ________
acabar
+ de + infinitive
How would you say:
You (tú) have just watched.
Acabas de mirar.
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to have just ________
acabar
+ de + infinitive
How would you say:
You (Uds) have just watched.
Acaban de mirar.
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to have just ________
acabar
+ de + infinitive
How would you say:
You (Uds.) have just shared.
Acaban de compartir.
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to have just ________
acabar
+ de + infinitive
How would you say:
You (Uds.) have just learned.
Acaban de aprender.
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to have just ________
acabar
+ de + infinitive
How would you say:
You (Uds) have just understood.
Acaban de comprender.
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¿Qué acaban de hacer?
Acaban de llegar.
Ellos acaban de volver.
Acaban de regresar.
Ellos acaban de servir.
Ellos acaban de abrazar.
¿Qué acaban de hacer ellos?
Ellos acaban de caer.
Ellos acaban de correr.
Acaban de andar en bici.
Acaban de tener un
accidente.
¿Qué acaban de hacer?
Ellos acaban de cantar.
Ella acaba de cocinar.
Ella acaba de celebrar.
¿Qué acaba de hacer?
Ella acaba de escribir.
Ella acaba de dibujar.
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