Difference between yo and me
What is the difference between "yo" and "me" in Spanish And when is the correct time to use these?
yo = I and mi = me
"Yo" is I, not sure about "me" but I think it is an indirect object pronoun for example "Maria me baña"
"Maria washes me"
Don't quote me on it though.
I agree with what the first two posts said about, "yo," but when they were putting mi y me in the same context they were mistaken. Mi is the same as the english word, 'my," whereas Me is the same as the english word," me," so for example. Profesora: " Tú es muy stupido!" Student: "¿Me?." Where as the word, "mi," is used as, "Mi casa es muy frío." = my hose is very cold. Hope that helped.
Yo is the subject form. It means "I." Ex.: Yo voy a la playa = I go to the beach. "Me" is the indirect object or the direct object, depending on the conext. It means "me." Ex.(indirect object): Mi mama me da dinero = My mom gives me money or My mom gives money to me. Direct object: Déjame en paz = leave me alone
im not posotive but heres what i think.. yo is when you are talking to someone else about your self and me or mi is used when you are talking directly about your self, but im not 100% posotive.. hope that helps you. and im not to sure when your to use them... sorry!