Just as refrigerator is shortened to the slang term "fridge," refrigerador apparently ca be shortened to "nevera." These terms may be used so interchangeably that either are acceptable as translations.
For instance, "teléfono celular" can be translated as "cellular telephone," "cell phone," and "cell," and I have seen them translated that way elsewhere on DL and Tinycards.
Some things can be omitted in Spanish if they're implied. For example, "canto" means "I sing" but so does "Yo canto". (The -o implies that the subject is "yo").
Its even more obvious with direct/indirect object pronouns when it can be omitted because the pronoun is NEVER omitted. (me/te/lo/nos/os/los for direct, le/les instead for indirect). The "a -whoever-" part just specifies who the pronoun is referring to. Its more clear if we use someone other than yo.
eg "A Anna le encanta tu nevera" is the same as "le encanta tu nevera" in the case where Anna is implied in the conversation already. If she's not, the "A Anna" part is absolutely crucial for understanding who is being talked about. I should also note that we use mi/ti with accents when the indirect object is yo o tu.
Hope that helps. Here's some more details if you want to know more https://www.spanishdict.com/guide/direct-object-pronouns-in-spanish https://www.spanishdict.com/guide/indirect-object-pronouns
My Spanish textbook says, for the verb encantar, "to delight, to enchant" and my Spanish dictionary says "to charm, delight." Although perhaps not something many would say, I tried "I am delighted by your refrigerator" and received two thumbs down from DL. I'm still going to submit it as a correct answer request, and wonder if the verb amor could also be used here, as in "Le amo tu nevera."
you are probably long past needing this answer but this site explains it https://www.spanishdict.com/answers/278966/when-do-i-use-mi-or-me
Hi LouRodriguez1. You use "tú" with a verb because it is a personal pronoun: tú hablas, tú comes, tú caminas, tú duermes,etc. You do something, you do some action. You use "tu" with a noun because it us a posesive pronoun: tu perro, tu mamá, tu casa, tu libro, tu ropa, tu teléfono, etc. You do not do any action, only you tell that something is yours. Saludos
Hi itlva. These are verbs of feelings: like, fear, love,etc. In these sentences the subject produces an emotion or reaction or feeling (fear, happiness, boredom) on another person (obj. Indirect). Example: A mí me encanta la música rock. I like rock music or literally: rock music pleases me. "La música rock" = subject (makes emotion). "Me" =object indirect ( the person who feels or receives the emotion). "Encanta" = verb (says what kind of emotion the obj. Ind feels). I hope you understand me. Saludos
You can informally translate the Spanish phrase 'me encanta' as 'turns me on'.
'me encanta la nevera' == 'the fridge turns me on', i.e. 'I love the fridge'. 'the fridge' is actually the subject of the sentence and 'me' is the direct object.
Spanish 'encantar' and English 'enchant' come from the same Latin root.
The fridge enchants me.