deferencia entre 'no me importa' y 'me da igual'

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deferencia en uso entre 'no me importa' y 'me da igual'

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updated NOV 9, 2009
posted by Sushanta_siempre

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I'm not a native speaker so I don't truly know, but I've always thought in my own mind that 'no me importa' is more like "whatever" and "me da igual" is more like "it's all the same to me". Both meaning similiar meanings, depending on the context. I'm more in the camp of saying 'no me importa' or 'lo que sea', just because that is what I learned first. A native speaker would probably be able to give a better answer though...

updated NOV 9, 2009
posted by cheeseisyummy
The girls at work get upset if you say "No me importa". You have to say "No importa".
really? that is interesting... have you asked them why?
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It looks like they mean the same thing. I always use "importar." It's all the same to me. (Me da igual.) grin I really don't care. (No me importa.) LOL Just kidding.

updated NOV 9, 2009
edited by Rex_W
posted by Rex_W
lol :)