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te, le, me, nos ,les, all so confusing! please help!

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Are Te, Le, Me, Nos, and Les all conjugations? and if so, of what? I know they have something to do with gustar, but am pretty much clueless everywhere else.

please help.
ayudarme por favor.

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updated OCT 8, 2008
posted by Shelly

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Shelly said:

tjanks, that helps alot, but what conjugation is "Les" for?

It is for all conjugations, like the rest of the words in Spanish. A conjugation is a group comprising all verbs that share some common particular features. In Spanish there are three conjugations by convention: the first one includes all the verbs whose infinitive end in -ar, like gustar, amar, andar, pasar,...; the second conjugation all the verbs in -er, like beber, tener, comer,...; the third one all the verbs in -ir, like vivir, salir,... There are no verbs with any other endings. Czech, for example, has four conjugations, if I remember correctly.

"Les" is used with all verbs, regardless of their conjugation.

updated OCT 8, 2008
posted by lazarus1907
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yep.

updated OCT 7, 2008
posted by Shelly
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That will be hard, but probably really cool.

updated OCT 7, 2008
posted by Rachel
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I think learning languages is fun, I've been teaching myself spanish for about 1 or 2 years ( like since I was 10 ) because one day I was watching tv and I heard someone singing in spanish, and I thought it sounded really beautiful, so I decided to teach myself spanish ( None of my family (except my uncle) knows spanish because we're Czech) so I have to teach myself if I want to learn it before high school, but this website helps alot. plus, when I started learning spanish I found out that I'm really good at memorizing words and sentences! if I say or read them about 5 times I know it for good! (well most of the times) So I think I'm meant to be a translator when I grow up smile
But I have to learn a less common language, like mandarin chinese or russian if I want to be a successful translator, I know mandarin chinese is going to be REALLY REALLY REALLY REALLY hard when I get to college, but it should be fun smile

updated OCT 7, 2008
posted by Shelly
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Wow. Dream big, sweetheart. I myself am a sophomore in high school taking my 3rd year of Spanish, and I really love the language. I think it's really beautiful, and it makes a lot more sense than English most of the time!

updated OCT 7, 2008
posted by Rachel
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I did spell it wrong the first time, but it's actually "Ayúdeme" thanks for pointing that out so I can correct myself, I want to learn all the spanish I can before I start high school 2 years from now, then I want to learn mandarin chinese in college and become a translator/interpreter. smile

updated OCT 7, 2008
posted by Shelly
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I did spell it wrong the first time, but it's actually "Ayúdeme" thanks for pointing that out so I can correct myself, I want to learn all the spanish I can before I start high school 2 years from now, then I want to learn mandarin chinese in college and become a translator/interpreter. smile

updated OCT 7, 2008
posted by Shelly
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By the way, I'm not exactly the final and absolute authority on the Spanish language, but I believe you mean "ayudame" (with an accent over the "u"). That's the command to ask for help

updated OCT 7, 2008
posted by Rachel
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ok, thank you.

updated OCT 7, 2008
posted by Shelly
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Rachel said_
In what context are you talking? If you want to use them with "gustar," which literally means "to please," they refer to the subject of the sentence, or what the object pleases. To say "The movie pleases me" (I like the movie), you would say "me gusta la pelicula." Te gusta would mean it pleases you, Le would mean he, she, or it, nos would mean us. Does that make sense? If you need clarification, just ask.

thanks, that helps alot, but what conjugation is "Les" for'

updated OCT 7, 2008
posted by Shelly
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I haven't used it much, but I assume it would be for "they" or "you all"

updated OCT 7, 2008
posted by Rachel
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tjanks, that helps alot, but what conjugation is "Les" for'

updated OCT 7, 2008
posted by Shelly
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In what context are you talking? If you want to use them with "gustar," which literally means "to please," they refer to the subject of the sentence, or what the object pleases. To say "The movie pleases me" (I like the movie), you would say "me gusta la pelicula." Te gusta would mean it pleases you, Le would mean he, she, or it, nos would mean us. Does that make sense? If you need clarification, just ask.

updated OCT 7, 2008
posted by Rachel
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