me ha dicho
me ha dicho
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (third person singular)
a. he's told me
¿Va a venir David esta tarde? - Me ha dicho que no.Is David coming this afternoon? - He's told me he isn't.
b. she's told me
Me ha dicho que está embarazada. - ¿En serio?She's told me she's pregnant. - Seriously?
c. has told me
Alicia me ha dicho que ha aprobado todos los exámenes.Alicia has told me she's passed all her exams.
d. he told me
Me ha dicho que estaba casado. - Pues a mí me ha dicho que no.He told me that he is married. - Well, he told me that he isn't.
e. she told me
Me ha dicho que le gustaría venirse a vivir a Madrid, pero que de momento no puede.She told me that she'd like to come to live in Madrid, but that she can't for the time being.
f. told me
Esteban me ha dicho que le gustaría casarse y tener hijos. - ¿Pero tiene novia?Esteban told me that he'd like to get married and have children. - But does he have a girlfriend?
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've told me
Cuando me ha dicho que no podía venir a la reunión, la he cancelado.When you've told me you couldn't come to the meeting, I've canceled it.
b. you told me
No sé por qué me ha dicho que le gustaba el regalo si no era verdad.I don't know why you told me that you liked my present when it wasn't true.
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