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ya no te importo — al contrario, sí que me importas -> you don't care about me any more — on the contrary, you do matter to me ,,,,,what is the point in putting ''si que '' in that sentence...

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updated AGO 17, 2009
posted by davit871

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It is not "si que", but " que", which si 100% different.

"Si" is "if" and "sí" is "yes". When someone says "no", and you mean "yes", you begin by saing "Sí". The full sentence can be regarded as:

Sí (es verdad) que me importas = Yes (, it is true) that you matter to me

updated AGO 17, 2009
posted by lazarus1907
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and what is the point of using sí que in that sentence if i don't use sí que in that sentence ,something change ?

ya no te importo — al contrario, sí que me importas

updated AGO 17, 2009
posted by davit871
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i read your rules dear moderator. and after reading , i saw that i had made a mistake about rules , i should have read your rules before using this site.it is my fault. i am sorry about that.

updated AGO 17, 2009
posted by davit871
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Hi davit871 Please read our rules before posting again.

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updated AGO 17, 2009
posted by Eddy
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yes i know that si means yes . actually i mean the if from of it but i don't really understand the point of using sí que in that sentence ,, if i dont use the sí que in that sentence, what changes?

ya no te importo — al contrario, sí que me importas

updated AGO 17, 2009
posted by davit871
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