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laepelba January 04, 2010 06:36 PM

Compound prepositional objects
 
If I want to say ".... with you and your family", does "contigo..." really work?

"Me encantaba pasar tiempo contigo y tu familia." ???

chileno January 04, 2010 06:37 PM

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Originally Posted by laepelba (Post 67545)
If I want to say ".... with you and your family", does "contigo..." really work?

"Me encantaba pasar tiempo contigo y tu familia." ???

Yes. :)

No puedes decir con ti o con tú. ;)

laepelba January 04, 2010 06:49 PM

Thanks! :)

ookami January 04, 2010 09:25 PM

Taking in account your signature laepelba, here you would say "Me encantaba pasar tiempo con vos y tu familia." I think is the only option lefting (creo que es la única opción que queda?)

Rusty January 04, 2010 09:35 PM

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Originally Posted by ookami (Post 67555)
Taking into account your signature laepelba, here you would say "Me encantaba pasar tiempo con vos y tu familia." I think it's the only option lefting (creo que es la única opción que queda?)

Some corrections. Not all of Latin America uses el voseo. A mí me encanta vosear, pero son pocos los que lo saben por estos lares. :(

bobjenkins January 04, 2010 09:42 PM

Conmigo
Contigo

¿Solamente a esas palabras se las unen, o hay otras?

Con + ella:confused:
Con + él:confused:

ookami January 04, 2010 09:55 PM

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Originally Posted by Rusty (Post 67556)
Some corrections. Not all of Latin America uses el voseo. A mí me encanta vosear, pero son pocos los que lo saben por estos lares. :(

Thanks Rusty. Yes I know, with "here" I was referring to my country and I know that laepelba likes Uruguay, there it is used, and there are a lot of Argentinians living and travelling to Ur. with huge frequency (actually, I'm going there in less than a month), so I think it'll be usefull for her.

It's difficult to learn the "voseo"?
Ya sabés con quién practicar si querés.

bobjenkins January 04, 2010 10:13 PM

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Originally Posted by ookami (Post 67562)
Thanks Rusty. Yes I know, with "here" I was referring to my country and I know that laepelba likes Uruguay, there it is used, and there are a lot of Argentinians living and travelling to Ur. with huge frequency (actually, I'm going there in less than a month), so I think it'll be usefull for her.

It's difficult to learn the "voseo"?
Ya sabés con quién practicar si querés.

El ele no tiene un amigo en usefull :D

Rusty January 04, 2010 10:21 PM

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Originally Posted by ookami (Post 67562)
... Is it difficult to learn the "voseo"?
Ya sabés con quién practicar si querés.

No, no es difícil de aprender. Siempre me podés tratar de vos.


@Bob: consigo (used when sí is otherwise used as the prepositional object pronoun)

laepelba January 05, 2010 02:56 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ookami (Post 67555)
Taking in account your signature laepelba, here you would say "Me encantaba pasar tiempo con vos y tu familia." I think is the only option lefting (creo que es la única opción que queda?)

Quote:

Originally Posted by Rusty (Post 67556)
Some corrections. Not all of Latin America uses el voseo. A mí me encanta vosear, pero son pocos los que lo saben por estos lares. :(

Quote:

Originally Posted by ookami (Post 67562)
Thanks Rusty. Yes I know, with "here" I was referring to my country and I know that laepelba likes Uruguay, there it is used, and there are a lot of Argentinians living and travelling to Ur. with huge frequency (actually, I'm going there in less than a month), so I think it'll be usefull for her.

It's difficult to learn the "voseo"?
Ya sabés con quién practicar si querés.

What in the world are you people talking about!? I thought that vosotros was never used in Latin America? I haven't really been learning it for that reason.

And I specifically do not want to say "you (all)" (in the second person plural), I specifically want to say "with you (singular) and your family". How does "vos" fit into that??

And what in the world is "voseo", I thought that the object pronoun for "vosotros" was "vos" (like "nosotros" and "nos").

What!?


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