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Old January 31, 2014, 02:09 AM
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"Ellos siguen viviendo en la misma casa." meaning?

siguen should be from verb seguir, here means continue?
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Old January 31, 2014, 06:21 AM
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yes ..but it's more like "still" xD
they still live in the same home/house
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Yes, "seguir haciendo algo" means that you did something before and you still continue to do it.

They lived in that house some time ago, and today they still do.
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yes ..but it's more like "still" xD
they still live in the same home/house
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Yes, "seguir haciendo algo" means that you did something before and you still continue to do it.

They lived in that house some time ago, and today they still do.
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