i need help :(
it's a matter of spelling.....
SÍ : yes and SI: if
si could also mean yes so : she says yes
It is possible that the accent over the I in SÍ was mistakenly left off, which would make the sentence read, She says yes.
If this is not the case, then I suggest telling whoever gave you the worksheet that more context is needed, because as it is, it is just nonsense.
My name is queen(single). I was impressed when i saw your profile today at and i will like to establish a long lasting relationship with you. In addition,i will like you to reply me through this my private e-mail box(email@example.com) Thanks waiting to hear from you soon. queen I will send to you my pictures in my next mail through this my mail box
We have an advert over here from the company "Del Monte". It finishes with,
El hombre de Del Monte, dice que sí - The man from Del Monte, he says yes.