Vocabulario inglés y traducciones (Ver todos)
Tenga cuidado para no confundirlo con fall (US) 'otoño'.
to fall (down, off, out of a tree): caer (de un árbol)
Este verbo es irregular:
I fall / I fell / I have fallen
fall (season) (US): otoño
UK: Our company's sales have fallen this year.
US: I fell from a tree last fall. It hurt a lot.
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