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Old May 15, 2009, 12:59 AM
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Venga vete

hola a todos

¿Qué "venga vete" significa?

Sé que *venga* signifique (come (imperative) ¿pero vete significa?

Tambien ¿Qué "Y ánimo" significa?

Sí ,venga vete, y ánimo




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hola a todos

¿Qué "venga vete" significa?

Sé que *venga* signifique (come (imperative) ¿pero vete significa?

Tambien ¿Qué "Y ánimo" significa?

Sí ,venga vete, y ánimo



muchas gracias
Venga. = Come on.
Vete = Go/get out of here. (Vete=imperativo de ir)
Ánimo = keep your chin up/go for it/go get it, etc.
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Venga. = Come on.
Vete = Go/get out of here. (Vete=imperativo de ir)
Ánimo = keep your chin up/go for it/go get it, etc.
¡Ah! Lo entiendo ahora, ir podría difícil conjugarloGracias
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