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Old October 22, 2009, 06:16 AM
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Me lleva

En el pasado he leido, por ejemplo me llevo bien con mi vecino pero hoy he leido me lleva en otro contexto

" > Mi hermana mayor me lleva diez años. Y la hermana antes de mi me
> lleva 2 años.

which I guess means 10 years older than me etc. A completely new used to me. Thought I'd post it for others to see, and for any other comment.

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En el pasado he leido, por ejemplo me llevo bien con mi vecino pero hoy he leido me lleva en otro contexto

" > Mi hermana mayor me lleva diez años. Y la hermana antes de mi me
> lleva 2 años.

which I guess means 10 years older than me etc. A completely new used to me. Thought I'd post it for others to see, and for any other comment.

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In that particular case it means that "there is a gap of" and then a type of measure, weight, distance, age...etc
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That's too cool! Thank you, Opal Jubilee and Chileno.
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Old October 23, 2009, 01:17 AM
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También puedes decir:

Llevo diez años trabajando en esta empresa (= hace diez años que trabajo en esta empresa)

Cloud, "Opal" is Jubilee
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En el pasado he leido, por ejemplo me llevo bien con mi vecino pero hoy he leido me lleva en otro contexto

" > Mi hermana mayor me lleva diez años. Y la hermana antes de mi me
> lleva 2 años.

which I guess means 10 years older than me etc. A completely new used to me. Thought I'd post it for others to see, and for any other comment.

Qué interesante
In the first question about Me llevo.

You can use them in these instances.

Me llevo mal con mi hermano.

I haven't a good relation familiar with my brother.


In the second question about Me lleva this is used when you are expressing or someone will takes you to a place or someone has more years than you, but well definitively here I will write a instance, I hope this can help you in something.

My brother is more years than me, I'm 5 years less than him.
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También puedes decir:

Llevo diez años trabajando en esta empresa (= hace diez años que trabajo en esta empresa)

Cloud, "Opal" is Jubilee
¡Llevar tiene tantos usos!

Lo siento, Jubilee. Tengo que despertarme antes de escribir la próxima vez
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¡Llevar tiene tantos usos!

Lo siento, Jubilee. Tengo que despertarme antes de escribir la próxima vez
No me importa. Lo importante es compartir la lengua, y estoy muy contenta haber encontrado tomisimo
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