Translation:Do I know you?
The order of a Spanish question is Object–Verb–Subject. Te (you) conozco (know I). If the subject is a third person noun, the same order applies: Te (you) conocen (know) las tías (the aunts)? When translated into English, the word order of a question gets reversed, and "do" gets added to the beginning of the sentence: Do the aunts know you?
I put the same thing. The word "do" is implied when a voice inflection is added to make it a question.
Know. You don't. And if you know whats best youll just drop it.
Let sleeping dogs lie.
Everybody knows me.
"Thats him officer!"
Im like how do you know inspecter Gadget?? I had a hoodie on.
There's no 'me' anywhere here:
Conozco - I know
te - you (direct object pronoun)