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Old 23rd August 2010, 02:38 PM   #16
El Chele
Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: Ocean City MD and Guanacaste Nicaragua
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Originally Posted by richardksa View Post
Little point on the veré / veo thing.

I told my intercambio "Tú veré mañana" and she said the future wasn't necessary. So now I say "Tú veo mañana" and that is correct. Why! I don't know. That's what they say!
It should be "te veo" as "te" is used as both direct and indirect object.

"Tu" is a subject pronoun so cannot be used in that phrase.

In regard to your other question..... in spanish, it is common and acceptable to use the present tense to express the future, at times.

A very common phrase is to say..."nos vemos" (referring to a future encounter) but you will hear people sometimes say "nos veremos".
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