They laughed at you

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Is it rein de tí with de and not a? They laughed with you or from you? What about "No se rein de tí sino contigo" They didn't laugh at you but with you?

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updated JUN 17, 2010
posted by jeezzle

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Hi, Jeezle.

"to laugh at" is "reírse de". They laughed at you - "se rieron de ti". (it's a stem changer in the preterite tense)

updated JUN 17, 2010
posted by mountaingirl123