Yo que tú, compraría más regalos.
Does that make sense? I mean to use the yo form of comprar, so I think the ending is right. Stay tuned for more questions on this topic.
What are you trying to say in the first bit? The ending for comprar is correct, yes. If you are trying to say "If I were you, I'd buy more gifts" then you'd say: "Si yo fuera tú, compraría más regalos."
The second part, "compraría más regalos" is correct. However, to say "If I was you" you would actually say "Si fuera tú". So, to say, "If I was you, I would buy more gifts." you would say:
"Si fuera tú, compraría más regalos."
Yo que tú, dejaría de hablarse.
Does that make sense? If I were you, I would stop talking.
Thanks guys, that is what I'm trying to say. However, I need to use yo que tu, because that is what the textbook requires. Thanks anyways.
I don't understand. What is the condition?