I belong to you
why does "I belong to you" not translate into spanish?
i can look up every individual word but putting them together as a statement wont work. por que????
Pertenezco a ti.
Mi corazón y mi alma son los tuyos.
Quizás puedes decir
posees mi corazon o tienes mi corazón
Te he dado mi corazón a ti
Perhaps you can say
You own (possess) me
You own my heart or you have my heart
I have given my heart to you
Le he dado mi corazón a tú.
If the a tú is correct shouldn't the redundant, anticipatory pronounoun be te; not le.
I'm also 99% sure that the tú has to be a ti in the clarifying expression.
Me lo dió a mí. It's not "me lo dio a yo."
Te he dado mi corazón a ti.
Soy tuyo. I am yours. predicate nominative. (it would be el tuyo if the pronoun wasn't following Ser.)
The pronoun refers to you, therefore it is masculine. It's not the possessor (her) that it refers to.
Similar to the adjective. el libro mío. (masculine because of the book. It doesn't matter if the "my" refers to a male or female.
Oops! Forget all that. I forgot that you are translating for her. She is saying soy tuya which is correct.
soy ala tuya