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Actually it depends on what they were doing at the exact moment you met them. The difference is what happens when: Estuvieron means that it happened continuously over a certain amount of time whereas estaban means that at a certain point in time it happened but is not happening anymore. Below I give you some hints. If they were still talking at the exact ...


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my tip is " always ask a native speaker what the natural way to say is " in this case the super natural one we always use without thinking about it is "Yo llegue al aeropuerto y ellos estaban hablando de sus cosas personales" we use " they had spoken for hours " with a time marker just when we want to give emphasis to sething else that occured during that ...



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