Steven
What the differences between con gusto and de nada? What the differences between con gusto and de nada?
Nov 7, 2017 11:56 PM
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is like when you say: It´s a pleasure and: you´re welcome.
November 8, 2017
Con gusto = My pleasure. De nada = You're welcome
November 8, 2017
You're welcome - we'll finish it with a third-person thanks With pleasure - we occupy it when they ask us for a favor or take some action Examples: - Thanks for serving me water. - You're welcome -Would you take me to school? - I'll gladly take you
November 8, 2017
"con gusto" the activity had not finished yet, "de nada" the activity is already finished, it has the same meaning that "you're wellcome"
November 8, 2017
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