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Temprano in English

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temprano     Hoy me levanté temprano. early     Today I got up early.

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Sample sentences:
Los campesinos van a trabajar muy temprano en la mañana.

Peasants go to work very early in the morning.
El maestro siempre pasa lista en clase temprano. The teacher always calls the roll in class early.
Puso un toque de queda a sus hijos para que vayan a casa temprano. He gave his children a curfew so that they would go home early.
temprano early


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The next day it we had another hike, this time much further away, but luckily downhill. We again walked through various rice fields and rice terraces, along rivers and through hill tribe villages.
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