T.c. 11.78 Vista Hermosa Group
1.-Cristina, who sells second hand clothes;
2.-Maria Asunción, who sells clothes in a market: (underwear, socks, necklaces);
3.-Angela, who runs a small store selling sweets and general food items;
4.-Alejandra, who raises sheep;
5.-Arnulfo, who runs a business selling sweets;
6.-Gabriel, who raises sheep.
1.-Cristina, la señora vende ropa de segunda mano
2.-Maria Asunción, vende ropa en un tianguis: (calcetas, medias y collares)
3.-Angela, la señora tiene una pequeña tienda de dulces y abarrotes
4.-Alejandra, la señora se dedica a engordar borregos
5.-Arnulfo, el señor tiene una dulceria
6.-Gabriel, el señor se dedica a criar borregos.
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