Y uno de los mejores regalos que me ha dado es haberte conocido.

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I have a pen pal in Puerto Rico and sometimes, even though I use the dictionary and translator, I am still not sure what she means as in the case of the above sentence.

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updated SEP 15, 2008
posted by Jose_Antonio_Rodriguez_Castillo

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Gracias Heidita!!

updated SEP 15, 2008
posted by Jose_Antonio_Rodriguez_Castillo
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And one of the best gifts you've given me is letting me know you

Slightly different though:

One of the best gifts in life has been meeting/knowing you.

updated SEP 15, 2008
posted by 00494d19
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It might have been:

Te quiere mucho Eva: Eva loves you a lot

supposing that that's her name!

updated SEP 15, 2008
posted by 00494d19
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jose a rodriguez iii said:

thank you, thats what I thought, she also ended one letter with te quiere mucho which you hear a lot what does this really mean?

he/she loves you a lot? Are you sure it wasn't te quierO mucho which is I love you a lot.

updated SEP 15, 2008
posted by Eddy
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thank you, thats what I thought, she also ended one letter with te quiere mucho which you hear a lot what does this really mean'

updated SEP 15, 2008
posted by Jose_Antonio_Rodriguez_Castillo
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I would say it's "And one of the best gifts you've given me is letting me know you"

updated SEP 15, 2008
posted by TimEivissa