Happy you are here!

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Como se dice, "I am happy you are here'"

My guess would be -- soy feliz que eres aqui--

Is that correct?

gracias

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updated SEP 26, 2009
posted by Dexter
Another way is: “Estoy muy contento de que esté aquí con nosotros.”---just adding "con nosotros", with us, to make it a different scenario. This phrase is formal and commonly used in Spanish. An English equivalent would be "Happy to have you with us".

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I want to hear the words said in spanish so I can pronounce them. Where can I do this.

updated SEP 26, 2009
posted by keukacal
Create some flashcards and then go to the "listen" option.
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That's what I'd say...and I'm a street talker. Estoy feliz que estas. Estas en tu casa!

updated SEP 25, 2009
posted by ChamacoMalo
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muchas gracias Haley!

updated MAR 21, 2008
posted by Dexter
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You would say, "Estoy feliz que estás aquí".

updated MAR 20, 2008
posted by H-Carrillo
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You are very welcome.

updated MAR 20, 2008
posted by Cherry
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Excellent ... thanks Cherry!

updated MAR 20, 2008
posted by Dexter
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You can say;
Estoy feliz que estés aqui.
or
Me alegro que estés aqui.

updated MAR 20, 2008
posted by Cherry