In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1youuna carta para ti — a letter for you
- delante de ti — in front of you
- está interesado en ti — he's interested in you
- a mí me gusta ¿y a ti? — I like it, do you?
2(uso enfático)¿y a ti qué te importa? — what business is it of yours?
- ¿a ti qué te regaló? — what did he give you?
3piensa un poco en ti mismo — just think of yourself a little
- seguro que puedes hacerlo por ti mismo — I'm sure you can do it (by) yourself / on your own
4yousi a ti te cuentan algo en forma confidencial — if someone tells you something in confidence
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