Why is 'Yo te veo el lunes' wrong and 'Yo la veo el lunes' all right for 'See you on Monday'?

May 10, 2012


"Te veo" means "I see you". "La veo" means "I see her". "See you on Monday" (as "we will meet on Monday") can be translated as "Te veré el lunes" (future) if that is the intention. I hope this helps!

May 10, 2012

L'utilisation est la même que celle en anglais ou en français (je pense). "Rendez-vous lundi" - "Te veo el lunes" - "See you on Monday". C'est le même présent que futur dans ce contexte. Désolé pour mon mauvais français.

May 11, 2012

what does hola mean

November 17, 2017

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    You can certainly use "la", but then it refers to a lady whom you adress with usted. And also, in many countries they use "usted"in stead of "tu". So, depending on the context, it is correct

    Duolingo uses Mexican Spanish, where "tu"is not used…. and sometimes certain answers that are right are therefore not accepted..

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