ASK A QUESTION What does "me fasina" mean?
"I'm fascinated thank you."
No offense to the other replies to your post but I don't think anyone really answered your question. Me fascina does literally mean "it fascinates me" but what she is really saying is that she likes it in a deeper way than just "I like it." Hope that helps.
You'll probably get some results if you spell it "fascina"
It fascinates me, thanks.
I corrected your punctuation and capitalization. Welcome to the forum.I would type your girlfriend's phrase into the translator you see in the toolbar above to get an idea. If it still doesn't make sense , put the answer in the forum for critique.
try Me Fascina. It really just means that she loves it.
I am only guessing that it is mispelled and that she meant, "Me fascina, gracias." Which would most likely mean "It facinates me, thanks"