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What does te quiero mean in english

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Te amo means I love you. Te quiero mean i care for you it is not the same as I love you. Even though people may use it interchangeably it is not the same word. People sometimes use "cae bien"' for like. For instance, "Me cae bien el profesor.

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It's an expression of speech. If any native speakers can explain this more clearly, I hope you will add your comment.

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This literally reads, To you I want but it is translated as I want you. In Spanish, this is the casual way of saying I love you, where as in English, this is usually frowned upon. Just go on YouTube not any other website. I have been told that te quiero also means i love you. However, te quiero is when you just start dating someone and te amo is when the relationship enters the long term period, or also is something you'd say to family or really close friends.

I have an old book that gives this example about the usage of "querer": So "querer" and "tener" often break the "add 'a' if direct object is a person" rule but when "querer" does not, then it means "love", and "tener" means "hold". That is why I was expecting perhaps something like "a te quiero" to mean "love" and "te quiero" merely "want", but I suppose languages change over time and things that were not initially correct may in the future become acceptable and widely used.

Perhaps "te quiero" is a convenient shortcut What does te quiero mean in english what was originally "a te quiero"? Or perhaps there is some other rule I don't know for object pronouns.

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For some reason I used to think "te quiero" was about lust and "wanting" the person in a possessive or creepy way. I tried to translate it literally. What does te quiero mean in english have to love a language where "I want you" and "I love you" are translated the same way at least according to DL. Te quiero, Duolingo, siempre I'm no expert, but I tell my mexican boyfriend "te quiero" all the time, "te amo" only sometimes if we're being particularly romantic and would never say "te quiero" to a casual friend.

I see mexicans use "te quiero" in the same casual way. This is how Dominicans use the phrase too. My mom says te quiero at the end of a phone call, and te amo when she wants to signify true, deep love to me or her grandchildren.

Where as 'te quiero' is an expression that is used to express love that is not specifically romantic such as for your family and friends. If you wanted to say you like someone you would need to use the verb Gustar. So if you wanted to say 'I like you', it would be 'me gustas' or 'me gustas mucho' I like you a lot. Why wouldn't it be "Te gusto" to mean "I like you"?

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There was a switch! You knew that, but for the rest of us, I continue. Gustar is "to please" so it's an intransitive verb. Later, someone says there is no verb for "to like".


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