"Pero me parece que es hora de partir."

Translation:But it seems to me that it is time to leave.

February 23, 2013



Is the "to me" necessary? It wasn't in another sentence that used "me parece" and it is essentially the same thing in English.

November 12, 2013


I am not native English speaker so I might be wrong, IMHO the word "but" here indicates "I" am having a discussion (argument?) with someone that they have different opinions, so the "to me" is necessary to show who's point of view it is and for emphasizing.

May 21, 2014


If you're the one saying it, then it seems obvious that the 'to me' is implied.

February 25, 2019


why is 'hour' considered incorrect in this sentence?

February 23, 2013


"es hora" really means "it's time", not "it is the hour".

February 24, 2013


I wrote "But it seems to me that it is time to split." and was counted incorrect. I suppose that they mean the same thing although in English I think the use of "split" to mean "leave" would be considered very informal (I am from USA). Anyone have thoughts on this? Is the connotation the same in English and Spanish. OR is the use of "partir" used just like this as well as to mean "to split/slice/cut in half/etc."?

January 15, 2017


I tried time to part and they did not like that either

March 11, 2019


can we also say es hora de salir?

May 31, 2013


in my opinion yes, salir is to go out, therefore has the same meaning

March 27, 2014


I am not real sure i understand the use of the third person for Parecer. I wonder why we would not use "parezco" instead of "parece" since it is "me" who it seems.

January 9, 2014


IT seems. "It" is 3rd person singular.

Parezco would be "I seem" Me parezco would be "I seem to me"

Parecerse is a verb like gustar - it is not conjugated based on the subject, but rather the object.

April 10, 2014


I had the same question as jmiker54. I thought because it seemed to ME that one would use parezco also. Thank you for explaining that IT is 3rd person singular.

August 29, 2016


Sort of like "me gusta" (to me IT is pleasing)

December 23, 2016


Gracias, amigo. Have a lingot.

December 24, 2016


No Duo, quédate aquí!

August 22, 2016


Sí, nosotros todavía vos queremos profundamente!

December 23, 2016


what is the need for 'de'?

August 4, 2013


I think it goes with the "es hora" -- "es hora de _" means that "it is time for " or "it is time to ___"

April 10, 2014


Es hora de = It's time to __. Ex. It's time to sleep. Es hora de dormir. It's time to eat. Es hora de comer. It's time to dance. Es hora de bailar.

January 17, 2018


I had "But it seems to me that it is NOW time to leave". Would that count?

August 5, 2013


I would not count that, since "now" is not there.

August 5, 2013


Is the ME before Parece an Indirect Object? And is any pronoun before PARECER going to be an Indirect Object? Ex. "It looks (to me), It seems (to you) etc...

October 22, 2013


Yeah, the "me" is an Indirect Object Pronoun. http://spanish.about.com/od/usingparticularverbs/a/parecer.htm

January 4, 2014


When do you use "de" as "to"? Is it if the following word is an infinite?

January 25, 2014


I wrote "it looks to me like time to leave." Can someone please tell me why that's wrong?

March 5, 2014


You're missing the "but" (pero).

March 5, 2014


Ah. Now i feel dumb. ;) Thank you!

March 5, 2014


Also you left out "it is" -- it looks to me like IT IS time to leave

April 10, 2014


Yes, I've seen "me parece" to mean basically, "it seems to me, it appears to me, in my opinion, I think, etc." A very common question is "qué te parece?" which means, "what do you think?" (about something)

June 6, 2018


I wrote "But it seems to me that is the time to leave"; is the "it" absolutely necessary?

June 22, 2018


How do I know que means, "to" not, "that", here???

June 27, 2018


Hello Chris913144: I think the que does mean "that" here. Pero (but), me parece (it appears/seems to me), que (that), es hora de partir (it is time to leave).

November 10, 2018


Why not "... it's to part"?

August 17, 2018
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