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"Have a good day"? And "It's nice to meet you"

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updated MAY 22, 2008
posted by Sheree

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"me" is used with verbs (me siento bien . . . I feel well). "mi" is used in posessive situations (mi perro . . . my dog). "mí" (with the accent) is also used as an object of a preposition. Mi hermana canta por mí (my sister sings for me). Hope that clarifies things.

updated MAY 22, 2008
posted by Pablo-Meyer
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It depends on the gender of whom is saying it, not the gender of whom you are adressing to.

updated MAY 22, 2008
posted by Dunia
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It's encantado if you're saying it to a man, and encantado if youre saying it to a women

updated MAY 22, 2008
posted by Maria
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It changes to encantado when a male says it, but it's still encantada if you are saying it to a man.

updated MAY 22, 2008
posted by Pablo-Meyer
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im trying 2 learn lots of spanish can u help me'

updated MAY 22, 2008
posted by tyrell
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Does encantada change depending on who is saying it to whom? Like if my husband was saying he was happy to meet a woman. Or if I were saying I was happy to meet a man'

updated MAY 22, 2008
posted by Sheree
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Encantada is... "pleased to meet you"

updated MAY 22, 2008
posted by Maria
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you can say "encantada"

updated MAY 22, 2008
posted by Maria
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Tenga (formal) and ten (informal) are commands (but in a nice way!). Tiene is present tense in this case would mean "He/She is having a good day" or literally "He/She has a good day".

updated MAY 22, 2008
posted by Pablo-Meyer
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My best advice when you are first learning spanish is to not try to keep it all straight. It's just too stressful and makes you too trepidacious. People are going to understand the jist of what you are trying to say. If I don't speak english and I say "You are very handsome a woman", chances are you'll understand me even though the grammar is wrong. Meanwhile it's more important that you practice your Spanish and build confidence. The best way to learn it to make mistakes and not be afraid to be corrected. Then you can work out the details as you go!

updated MAY 22, 2008
posted by Pablo-Meyer
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How am I ever going to keep all this straight grin)) Como se dice "Thanks for your help" en español'

updated MAY 22, 2008
posted by Sheree
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Buen is "good" for masculine nouns, but you put it before the noun (Es un buen dia). However, you can put bueno after singular masculine nouns (Es un dia bueno). These sentences basically mean the same thing.

However, in some situations, the use of buen/bueno changes the meaning of the sentence. For example "Es un buen escritor means" "He is a good writer", but "un escritor bueno" means something like "He is a nice writer" - almost as if saying "he's a writer who is a nice person".

updated MAY 22, 2008
posted by Pablo-Meyer
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It's a little confusing to me grin

updated MAY 22, 2008
posted by Sheree
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The difference between mi and me is
Mi is when you refer to your self (mi casa, mi carro, mi perro, mi computadora, mi radio.. mi corazón....,etc
Me is when you say "me dijo..., me puso...., me dejo...., me uso....,me respondio....
Espero esto te ayude. gracias

updated MAY 22, 2008
posted by Idalmis
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Also...what is the difference between me and mi'

updated MAY 22, 2008
posted by Sheree
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