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"Enviar" is a transitive verb which is often translated as "to send", and "con" is a preposition which is often translated as "with". Learn more about the difference between "enviar" and "con" below.
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (general)
a. to send
Mis amigos me enviaron fotos de la fiesta.My friends sent me photos of the party.
Mi mamá envió a mi hermano a que fuera de compras.My mom sent my brother shopping.
b. to mail
Yo le envié a mi novio tres cartas por semana.I mailed my boyfriend three letters a week.
c. to ship
El paquete que me enviaron aún no llegó.The package they shipped me still hasn't arrived.
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A preposition is a word that indicates the relationship between a noun and another word (e.g. He ran through the door.).
1. (indicating manner)
a. with
Los contenidos de esa caja son frágiles. Manipula con cuidado.The contents of that box are fragile. Handle it with care.
Sin mis lentes, leo con mucha dificultad.Without my glasses, I read with great difficulty.
2. (indicating instrument)
a. with
Corta el pan con un cuchillo.Cut the bread with a knife.
3. (indicating accompaniment)
a. with
Para la cena, vamos a tener pollo con vegetales.For dinner, we're going to have chicken with vegetables.
Voy a cenar con mis padres.I'm going to have dinner with my parents.
4. (despite)
a. in spite of
Con todo lo que ha pasado, sigue siendo optimista.In spite of all she has been through, she's still an optimist.
5. (toward)
a. to
La cajera fue muy grosera con nosotros.The cashier was very rude to us.
6. (with decimals)
a. point
¿Quién me puede decir el producto de tres con cinco por dos?Who can tell me the product of three point five multiplied by two?
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