Right meaning

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Hola
I have been email this gal in Mexico I meet on a trip to Durango and I was sure the right meaning of this sentence. My question is will she like to come visit me (USA) someday or get to know me? Either way is good I just want to know to writer her back Thanks

OYE RON PERO SI ALGUN DIA PUEDO IR ME GUSTARIA QUE ME INVITARAS A CONOCER....

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updated ENE 8, 2009
posted by Ron

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Great. I stand by my interpretation, then smile

updated ENE 8, 2009
posted by Vikingo
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This is from an IM message after conocer it ends with HASTA LUEGO SALUDOS PARA TODOS

On the line before that she talks about getting a visa and coming here during Easter (la semana santa)

If this is any help

updated ENE 8, 2009
posted by Ron
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James Santiago said:

LadyDi has convinced me. (I try never to argue with a lady.)

You just set off my wuzz-detector raspberry. Anyway, I consider that all three suggestions so far may be valid ones. We lack context (can you provide some, Ron'). By the way, I'm guessing that the phrase ended with "conocer...", if not, anything goes smile

updated ENE 8, 2009
posted by Vikingo
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LadyDi has convinced me. (I try never to argue with a lady.)

updated ENE 8, 2009
posted by 00bacfba
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While I agree with James that accents are imperative in order to be sure, I have my own spin on this message...

Hey Ron, but if I am able to go one day, I would like for you to show me [referring to sights]...

...commas would be helpful too. smile

updated ENE 8, 2009
posted by LadyDi
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Thanks that is what I thought

updated ENE 8, 2009
posted by Ron
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There's a little SI in there.. I understand it like this:

Listen, Ron, but if I can go some day I'd be happy if you would invite me to get to know you.

updated ENE 8, 2009
posted by Vikingo
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It's got some errors, but it means "Hey, Ron. Sure, I can go some day. I'd like for you to invite me to get to know..."

updated ENE 8, 2009
posted by 00bacfba