Daniel y Victoria en un cementerio en Buenos Aires, Argentina…
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Daniel: Bueno, cuéntame ¿cómo era tu papá?
Well, tell me, How was your father?
Victoria: Él era muy guapo y amable.
He was very handsome and friendly.
Daniel: Me imagino que lo querías mucho.
I imagine that he loved you very much.
Victoria: Sí, él siempre me cantaba canciones en la noche.
Yes, he always sang songs to me in the evening.
Daniel: ¿Te leía historias también?
Did he read stories to you also?
Victoria: No mucho le gustaba leer, pero sí cantar.
He did not like to read much, but (he liked to) sing.
Daniel: Tenía buena voz entonces.
He had a good voice then,
Victoria: Sí, y también jugaba vólibol conmigo.
Yes, and he also played volleyball with me.
Daniel: ¿Le gustaban los deportes?
Did he like sports?
Victoria: Sí, jugaba todo tipo de deportes.
Yes, he played all types of sports.
Daniel: Aquí dice que era un gran deportista.
Here it says that he was a great sportsman.
Victoria: ¡Era un gran padre!
He wasa great father!
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