What Is The English Translation Of "Yo Te Quiero Mucho Yo Hablo Espanol"?


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Jeromeproofer Penn Profile
This is actually two Spanish sentences, not one. The literal translations of these statements are as follows:

"Yo Te Quiero Mucho" - "I love you very much"

"Yo Hablo Espanol" - "I speak Spanish"

However the first sentence - "Yo Te Quiero Mucho" - could be understood to mean "I love you so much", "I want you" or "I love you a lot" depending on the feelings of the person who has said it.

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I am guessing that you are wondering what these two specific sentences translate to as they feature side by side in the Robin Thicke song 'Everything I Can't Have' from his 2006 album 'The Evolution of Robin Thicke'.

You can find the lyrics to the track online and take a look at the whole song for yourself. All you need to do is type 'Robin Thicke Everything I Can't Have lyrics' into any search engine and a set of results will be listed onscreen. You can also view live versions of the song on video hosting sites such as YouTube and Megavideo.
maggy davila Profile
maggy davila answered
It means "I like or love you a lot".
thanked the writer.
Anonymous commented
I know it has been 2 years ago that this was asked and perhaps you already have a new lover for a long time but indeed "Yo te Quiero" means word by word I You Love or in English I love you, however there's another sentence "Yo hablo español"which means I speak spanish
fabian garcia
fabian garcia commented
idioma singular , se habla en gran cantidad de regiones ademas tiene gran cantidad de palabras de gran belleza
Allison Fowler Profile
Allison Fowler answered
  I believe it means: I want it very much, I speak spanish. It's not one sentence's really two thoughts.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
I agree with alfowl80 its not one sentence together. Yo te quiero mucho means I like you a lot or very much. Then, Yo hablo español literally means I speak spanish.

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