to me
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Usage note
The indirect object pronoun "me" is required in Spanish sentences in which the speaker or writer is the indirect object of the sentence. The prepositional phrase "a mí" lends emphasis to these sentences, but is not required. Ex. "Mi hermano me dio el regalo (a mí)."
to me(
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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (general)
a. me
Give that back to me!¡Devuélveme eso!
She didn't say anything to me.No me dijo nada.
b. a mí
Andrew gave it to me, not to you.Andrew me lo dio a mí, no a ti.
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