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they've always lived in rooms exp.
siempre han vivido de alquiler

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-Spanish
han nombrado secretario a Owen
tienen cantidad de dinero
me han ofrecido hacerme socio
han arreglado {or} solucionado sus problemas
nos han invitado a su casa a tomar algo {or} a tomar unas copas
nos han invitado (a su casa) a tomar unas copas
llevan dos años de relaciones formales
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1      (referring to particular people, things)   
1.1      (emphatic, to avoid ambiguity)    ellos (-ellas)     
we went to the cinema but they didn't      nosotros fuimos al cine pero ellos no  
I spoke to my sisters and they agreed with me      hablé con mis hermanas y ellas estaban de acuerdo conmigo  
it's they who ...      son ellos quienes ...  
we work harder than they do      trabajamos más que ellos  
Don't translate the subject pronoun when not emphasizing or clarifying:  
they're fine, thank you      están bien, gracias  
they're yellow      son amarillos  
1.3    frm   they who ...      los que ..., quienes ...  
2      (referring to "someone", "anyone")    if anyone tells you otherwise, they're mistaken      si alguien te dice lo contrario, no tiene razón  
3      (generalizing)    they say that ...      se dice que ..., dicen que ...  
as they say      como dicen, según dicen  
they are making it illegal      lo van a hacer ilegal  

they'd       they would       they had  
they'll       they will       they shall  
they're       they are  
they've       they have  
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
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they'd, they'll, they're, they've

"they've always lived in rooms": examples and translations in context
The hero always lived in rooms like this. Siempre vivían en cuartos como éste.
I have always lived in the city. Siempre he vivido en la ciudad.
But we'd always lived in remote areas. Pero siempre hemos vivido en áreas remotas.
Or maybe you've always lived in big cities because you were scared to learn. O quizás siempre has vivido en ciudades grandes porque estabas asustada para aprender.
Katherine had always lived in fear of her father and his hideous experiments. Katherine siempre vivió con miedo a su padre y a sus horribles experimentos.
He always lived in the area. Siempre ha vivido en la región.
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