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siempre me acuerdo de ti

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I have broken this down and it is just the one word I can't figure out...I always "acuerdo" about you

Also... me gustaria verte pronto... Is this I would like to see you soon? verte is the word I was stuck on here

I guess I need to practice my verbs!!!

Thank you!

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updated JUN 20, 2008
posted by Gina

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verte = ver + te (see + you)

In Spanish, verbs in infinitive, gerund and imperative have these pronouns (me, te, se, le, nos, os, les) always attached at the end.

Quiero verte = I want to see you
Quiero verlos = I want to see them
Míralo = Look at him/it

Look at these patterns:

*I buy = compro
I would buy = compraría

I talk = hablo
I would talk = hablaría*

The ending marks the conditional tense, like -re indicate future tense in "compraré" (I will buy).

updated JUN 20, 2008
posted by lazarus1907
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Thank you so much...

Also... me gustaria verte pronto... Is this I would like to see you soon? verte is the word I was stuck on here

I am confused as to why the ria is at the end of gusta... I thought it was just me gusta for "I like"

updated JUN 20, 2008
posted by Gina
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I always remember you

from acordarse de

updated JUN 20, 2008
posted by motley
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