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How do I say 'Come with me' in Spanish I'm writing an essay in Spanish, and I want to start with something along the lines of 'come with me.' I'm describing a building, and I want to give the impression that I'm guiding them through the house. So how do I say 'come with me.' Is vengame or veme correct? What else could I use for this?
Jan 14, 2016 12:40 AM
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If you have a formal tone, use "venga conmigo"; if it's informal, use "ven conmigo"
January 14, 2016
Come with me - Ven conmigo (informal) - venga (formal) For example: Ven conmigo mi amor, quiero estar contigo para siempre. - Come with me my love, I want to be with you forever. Señor González, venga conmigo, por favor. - Mister Gonzalez, come with me, please. There are options with: Ven A mi - Come TO me (informal) Venga A mi - Come TO me (formal) However, we almost never use it. Usually we would say: Ven or venga. I hope this was helpful. If you have any questions more, feel free to ask me. Have a nice day.
January 15, 2016
Ven conmigo. (tú)** Venga conmigo (usted) vengan conmigo (ustedes) Otras opciones Acompáñeme (usted) Acompáñame (tú) acompáñenme (ustedes) PD: Vengame y veme NO son correctas, no existen.
January 14, 2016
Ven Conmigo / Acompañame / Vengan Conmigo
January 14, 2016
"Ven conmigo"
January 14, 2016
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