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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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