"Te necesito todos los días."
Translation:I need you every day.
I still have problems understanding why it is "te" and not "tu" ? I thought "te" was used for "you like" or "it is pleasing to you". Please explain!
Yo compro una sandia. "I buy a watermelon" Yo is doing the action, and it is therefore the Subject.
Tu compro una sandia. "YOU buy the watermelon" You is the subject.
Yo te compro una sandia. "I buy you a watermelon" Te is the object pronoun, because I (the subject) am buying you the watermelon.
Learn more about indirect object pronouns here: https://www.spanishdict.com/guide/indirect-object-pronouns
And direct object pronouns here: https://www.spanishdict.com/guide/direct-object-pronouns-in-spanish
Note that te is second person object pronoun whether direct or indirect.
Otherwise you will lose your streak. And I don't think either of us want that do we? DO WE!
This is the sort of thing that should be in the flirting category ... though it would be for more of an established relationship than a pick-up line
In what context would I use this sentence? It sounds like a lot of people are thinking romantically...
You usually would use it in a romantic (or at least affectionate) context, yes. Unless you're directly talking to objects, like food.