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What does "contigo" mean?

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I think it might be a conjugation of a verb, but what verb? If it's not a cunjugation, what is it and what does it mean'

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updated DIC 22, 2008
posted by Shelly

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Quentin said:

I was wondering what part of speech they were so I was looking online. I saw them referred to as prepositions, adverbs and pronouns so who knows?

It is a contraction, so there is more than one part of speech fused into a single word (preposition+pronoun). If you had to choose one, that would be a pronoun. In any case, never an adverb. That's morphologically, but Its function in a sentence, however, is adverbial.

updated DIC 22, 2008
posted by lazarus1907
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conmigo=with me
contigo=with you (familiar)
consigo=with her/him/itself

I was wondering what part of speech they were so I was looking online. I saw them referred to as prepositions, adverbs and pronouns so who knows?
http://www.orbilat.com/Languages/Spanish/Grammar/Spanish-Pronouns.html

updated DIC 21, 2008
posted by 0074b507
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it means 'with you' and is used instead of con ti.

updated DIC 21, 2008
posted by Matt
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