me dijo que
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (third person singular)
a. he told me that
Me dijo que también le daba miedo la oscuridad cuando era pequeño.He told me that he was also afraid of the dark when he was a child.
b. she told me that
Me dijo que no me quería volver a ver.She told me that she didn't want to see me again.
c. he said that
Me dijo que iba a venir a recogerme.He said that he would come pick me up.
d. she said that
Me dijo que se arrepentía de haberse casado tan joven.She said that she regretted marrying so young.
e. he told me
Me dijo que tomara un taxi del aeropuerto.He told me to take a cab from the airport.
f. told me that
Pablo me dijo que va a venir en enero.Pablo told me that he's coming in January.
g. he said
Después me dijo que me amaba.Then he said he loved me.
h. said that
Esteban me dijo que sería mejor que termináramos.Esteban said that it was best if we broke up.
A word or phrase used to refer to the second person formal “usted” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g. usted).
(second person singular)
a. you told me that
El otro día me dijo que solo necesitaba traer mi identificación y, ¿ahora me dice que necesito traer más documentos?The other day you told me that I only needed to bring my ID, and now you're saying I need to bring more documents?
b. you said that
Me dijo que podía venir, ¿no lo recuerda?You said that I could come, don't you remember?
c. you told me
Me dijo que le recordara de la junta de hoy, Sr. Heredia.You told me to remind you about today's meeting, Mr. Heredia.
d. you said
¡Pero la última vez que la vi me dijo que podía pagarle el mes que entra!But last time I saw you you said I could pay you back next month!
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