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1. Right answer Tel é fono Tel é fono  translates into  phone  in English. So this sentences stands for the simple  present. The simple present tense is used to talk about habitual actions or routines. This  tense is also used to describe things that happen now or in the near future. So, two verbs  are being used here in this sentence for the first person singular. These verbs are  tener  whose conjugation is  tengo  and  necesitar  whose conjugation is  necesito.  Therefore,  someone needs to talk on phone.  IN SPANISH: No tengo dinero para usar el tel é fono. Necesito hacer una llamada por  tel é fono IN ENGLISH: I don't have any money to use the phone. I need to make a  phone  call 2. Right answer recoger el auricular In Spanish,  to pick up  translates into  recoger  and  auricular  translates into headphone. Put  simply, this sentence means  to pick up the phone . Basically, this sentence stands for that  old-school landline phones that people used to use in the past. Now the meaning of this  word refers to that pair of small electrical loudspeaker that people wear on the ear to  receive radio or telephone communications or to listen to a radio, MP3 player, etc. 3. Right answer Distancia distancia  translates into  distance  in English an means an amount of space between two  things or people. On the other hand,  llamada de larga distancia  means  long distance  call.  This sentence also stands for the simple present matching the third person singular  and the verb  vivir  conjugates as  vive IN SPANISH:
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Mi amiga vive lejos. Hago la llamada de larga  distancia IN ENGLISH: My friend lives far away. I make the long  distance  call 4. Right answer Tel é fono This sentence also stands for the simple present for the first person singular. Two verbs  have been used whose conjugations match this person. First, the verb 
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