Asked • 05/03/19

# Grammar: "te veo los ojos"?

I have few questions: 1. In the example "Te veo los ojos", in English that is "I see your eyes". te=your, right? If I change the sentence to "Se veo los ojos", then it will become "I see his/her/its/your eyes"? Are these two sentences missing the subjects? 2. "Veo tus ojos" and "Te veo los ojos" both have the same meaning, only grammatically different? And if there is any tone difference? I mean, during what condition do the spanish people say each of them? 3. Is "te" a dative pronoun here? If I do not want to use the pronoun, how can I say it in Spanish?

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Barbara T. answered • 05/04/19

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