"It's good to see you"

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Como se dice español! Someone at church said it and it they started the sentence with "Me gusta..." and I can't remember the rest.

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updated JUN 8, 2008
posted by Sheree

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Actually, "Mucho gusto conocerlo" sounds wrong, unless we assume that we are saying "Me da mucho gusto conocerlo", which sounds a bit funny. "(Tengo) Mucho gusto en conocerlo" is correct, but the preposition "en" must be an individual word.

updated JUN 8, 2008
posted by lazarus1907
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Thanks Heidita. Your Spanish is much better than mine. I believe I mis-typed the phrase and that "Mucho gusto en conocerlo(la)" would be correct. Also,you could say "Mucho gusto de conocerlo" or "mucho gusto conocerlo". Just saying "Mucho gusto" also would get the thought across. Is this correct'

updated JUN 8, 2008
posted by Bill-H
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Hi bill, small correction.

Mucho gusto conocerlo/la

Also, as Marie said: mucho gusto. encantada/o.

updated JUN 8, 2008
posted by 00494d19
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Yes, marie:

¡¡Cuánto tiempo!!

updated JUN 8, 2008
posted by 00494d19
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If I'm greeting a new person and panic, because they might give me more Spanish back than I can handle, it's a handshake and "Mucho gusto" or, even better, "Encantada." Folks use Encantada a lot where I live.
Speaking to your question, maybe your pal said "Me gusta verla", literally "I'm glad to see you"? Like, hint, so you finally made it to church? (Only kidding.) Is there a Spanish equivalent to "long time no see'"

updated JUN 8, 2008
posted by Jmarie
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Is it possible the person was saying "It's good to meet you"? In that case, one way to say it would be: "Mucho gusto enconocerlo" (to a man) or "enconocerla" (to a woman) which is close to what you heard. Otherwise, I am not familiar with a greeting that begins with "Me gusta."

updated JUN 8, 2008
posted by Bill-H
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How to say in spanish "It's good to see you"?
"Es bueno verte!".
You can use instead this phrase:
"Que gusto verte!"...

updated JUN 7, 2008
posted by Vernic