What's mean "Si quieres te intivo a comer, cocine Lagzaña"

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What's mean "Si quieres te intivo a comer, cocine Lagzaña" ? =)

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updated SEP 26, 2009
posted by cutie_pie

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Dice que "I am inviting you to dinner, We will be having Lagzana (lasagna?)" Notice it is "te invito", which is the familiar form. Your friend. Somone of your station. "Le invito" would be the way to address somone in a formal way. Your boss. Your future wife's mom or dad. "le invito" is also a way you would invite a freind who is a little on the snobby side. Using "le" to a friend is a bit of a swipe you are taking at them...like you like them, they are cool and all, but a bit snobby. wink

updated SEP 26, 2009
posted by ChamacoMalo
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Si quieres te invito a comer lasagna---If you'd like I can invite you to eat lasagna

updated SEP 26, 2009
posted by 00b83c38