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Translate the following into spanish: My aunt had a lovely little house in a remote area of the British countryside.

Mi tía tenía una bonita (can also use: preciosa, mona) casa pequeña en una area (also use: zona, parte) remota de la campiña (this word is particularly challenging) inglesa.

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