se te quiere
- DaSaGwaLv 79 years agoFavorite Answer
This sentence omits some words, but it is the way Spanish is used:
Without omitting words, the original sentence shall be
Yo se que te quiere
I know that he (or she) loves you
2011-10-19 22:02:34 補充：
In Spanish, verb is conjugated with its subject. Therefore, when you see "se" you know the subject is "Yo" (means "I"), the rest of the rest conjugation is: Sabe, Sabes, Saben, Sabemos). In America (North and South), people don't use "Sabeis (only for Spain)
2011-10-19 22:05:05 補充：
"Quiere" can mean "want", "love". However, it is more common when it is used as "Te quiere" (he or she loves you) or "Te quiero" (I love you). "Te amo" also means "I love you".
2011-10-19 22:08:02 補充：
"Quiere", when it means "want", it is used as "Yo quiero una cerveza" (I want beer).
2011-10-20 14:44:21 補充：
se (I know), sabe (he or she knows), sabes (you know), saben (they know), sabemos (we know), Sabeis (you know, you is plural you). These are from "saber" (to know).Source(s): self