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se sieten cansadas - could it also be are they tired

instead of do they feel tired

I am setting up my im today

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  1. ¡Hola!

    cansarse = to tire, to get tired.
    se sienten cansadas = statement = they are tired / question = are they tired? (check spelling1)

    Yes, they feel tired / do they feel tired (also good)

    Sra

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