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como se dice I have not seen you in a while en espanol?

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Is this correct? No le he visto en un rato. Or do spanish speakers use the saying (long time no see) like english speakers say to people when they have n't seen them in a while.

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updated NOV 25, 2009
posted by ronljr1985

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I think you could also say ; Hace mucho tiempo que no te veo

updated NOV 25, 2009
posted by carli22
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I do know that they say "Eres un regalo para la vista" Which is the equivalent to "You´re a sight for sore eyes" (Literally: You are a gift for the sight)

There was also a previous post... look here

updated NOV 24, 2009
edited by aloshek
posted by aloshek
This is a great saying. Thanks. Is this saying used in latin america or spain? - ronljr1985, NOV 24, 2009
I used it in speaking with a native Mexican, and he didn't correct anything or comment, but others here may be able to clarify better. - aloshek, NOV 24, 2009
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I have not seen you in a while = Tiene rato que no te he visto

updated NOV 24, 2009
posted by Martin-Rizzi
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No le he visto en un rato

Depending on where you're at, that could be a leísmo.

In English "you" would technically be a d.o. and lo/la would be required. In Spanish...¿Quién sabe?

updated NOV 24, 2009
edited by 0074b507
posted by 0074b507
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