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What does tóquele mean? I am looking for the femine tense also

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updated MAY 20, 2008
posted by Ben

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I agree with James, we are talking about command form.
Toquele, toque, vea, pase, hable, escuche, espere. In spanish we use to say "usted" ( for you) as a way to show respect, when we are talking with elder people, a Boss at the job or in a very formal enviroment.

  • Pase (usted) a la sala por favor.
  • Espere (usted) un momento.
  • Dediquese a su trabajo.
updated MAY 20, 2008
posted by Vernic
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thank you

updated MAY 20, 2008
posted by Ben
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I believe it means "touch him/her" ( I'm not 100% sure though,lol)

updated MAY 20, 2008
posted by Snowflake
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Verbs don't have gender in Spanish. Tóquele comes from tocar, meaning to touch or play (an instrument). Tóque is the formal command form. So, tóquele means touch/play him/her/it.

updated MAY 20, 2008
posted by 00bacfba
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