Ayudameee me ingles con tiempos verbales marcar y encontrar estos tiempos verbales en el texto de frida present simple, be ( simple ), past perfect, one negative sentence in past simple past simple ( irregular and regular ) frida kahlo was born in coyoacán, méxico in 1907. however, she claimed her birthdate as 1910, the year of the mexican revolution, saying that she and modern méxico had been born together. when she was six years old she contracted polio and spent nine months confined to her room. as a result, her right leg was very thin and made her walk in a strange way. when she returned to school, the children teased her. from then on, she always concealed her right leg. when she was eighteen, she was seriously injured in an accident between a streetcar and a bus a metal handrail pierced her body. over the years she underwent thirty- two major operations and suffered enormous pain for the rest of her life. she was her father 's favourite daughter, and he called her his dove. she married a famous muralist, diego rivera when she was twenty. he was forty- two and had been married twice before. she told a journalist, " when i was seventeen ( subtracting three years from her age) diego began to fall in love with me. my father didn't like him because he was a communist and because they said it was like an elephant marrying a dove ". they had a stormy relationship. her husband was often unfaithful and even had an affair with cristina, frida's younger sister. frida also had extramarital affairs, including one with leon trotsky when the russian leader was exiled from the soviet union. in january 1939 she travelled to paris where she met picasso. the louvre purchased one of her self- portraits. in april, on her return to méxico, frida and diego began divorce proceedings. frida was devastated and for a while stopped wearing the traditional mexican dresses that diego loved so much. ironically, she painted some of her most powerful works during her separation from diego. the couple remarried in december 1940. in 1946 she had surgery on her spine, and in 1953 her right leg was amputated below the knee. frida was never able to have children. she said, " my painting carries within it the message of pain ". and when asked why she painted herself so often, she replied " because i am all alone ". she died in july 1954, barely two weeks after taking part in a communist demonstration.