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"Nos dara gusto darte la bienvenida en esta tu casa" ?

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This is from an email from someone in Mexico:

"Nos dara gusto darte la bienvenida en esta tu casa"

I believe that what he is saying is that when I return in October I will be welcomed back to the island. (Which I should consider my home?)

Or is this an invitation to visit in his home? (He is my dentist, but has become a friend. I havent been to his home).

The SpanishDict translator does not fully answer this.

Maybe the 'dara' is 'dar a' ?

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updated AGO 26, 2009
posted by BJOConnor425

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HI BJ, it is actually not very clear.

"Nos dara gusto darte la bienvenida en esta tu casa"

The translation is:

We will be happy to welcome you in this house which you may consider yours.

however, it does not say you are welcome to stay, I think. I don't know how close you are to this person. He might want to say that though.

updated AGO 26, 2009
posted by 00494d19
Thank you for the response. I am going to guess that he means visit rather than stay. - BJOConnor425, AGO 26, 2009
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I am sorry connor, but this is so unclear that it could mean he is inviting you

A good way to work around this and sort of make him be clearer: Ask him where to stay the next time. Ask him for a nice place, hotel...so then he will either invite you or not. At least you would have a straightforward answer grin

updated AGO 26, 2009
posted by 00494d19
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