Is this phrase used in Spanish language?
If so, what does it translate to in English? (Literal translation as well please)
Te acuerdo = I agree with you. It's more common to hear de acuerdo = I agree.
Yes, for exemple, "Te acuerdo el precio de salida para el lunes" , acuerdo is "agreement".
so you couldn't get a phrase like "te acuerdo" from the verb 'acordarse', right?
Me acuerdo is from the verb acordarse, meaning to remember. Me acuerdo = I remember. This is different from acordar by itself.
just another quick question ...
If I said 'me acuerdo' (from the verb "acordarse") what does this literally mean in english?
'te acuerdo' means 'I agree with you'