How you say I like you?
I want to say to a young lady that I like her.
That is a question for a native speaker for sure, which I am not. You would need to know more than Spanish grammar to answer that question. Somebody that is really familiar with Latino culture would be better.
Here is my best answer:
"te quiero" = I like you, but more like I LOVE you.
"te amo" = I love you
"Me gustas" = I like you.
I guess it depends on if you want to say, "I like you as a person, I respect you, I think you're a great person, etc; or maybe you want to say that you like this person in a more "I love you" type of way. Let's see what other people say.
I got "me caes bien" a lot when I was in mexico. Also, "tienes buena onda" which is more like "you have a good vibe"
HI eso and jennie,,please use the correct spelling and capitalization.
It is clear that Usted está awesome, if understood anywhere, is complete spanglish, so out of the question.
Justg, Lecipo's answer is the one you are looking for.
Lecipo, good job!
usted está totalmente awsome!