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Don’t speak to me in Spanish 🇪🇸

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don’t speak to me no me hables
How to say “don’t speak to me” in Spanish? “No me hables”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “no me hables” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on don’t speak to me in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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in some south american

in some south america countries the phone is answered witb “hables”/speak.

2 years ago

In Spain it’s nearly always “dime” or “digame” 🙂

2 years ago

“No me hables” esta bien como traduccion y para contestar el telefono se dice ALO. La palabra decir o dime se usa en otras ocasiones ademas debes recordar que el español tiene variantes segun el pais.

2 years ago

source of mine is hear-say and should have been specified. I’ve been told they say “speak” when they answer. It’s possible “dime” was interpreted as “speak” by one and spread verbally. So… I’m probably wrong there due to the source being hear-say. I have a faint memory of seeing someone answer the phone and say habl- but it was years ago when I was surrounded by cubans and mexicans.

2 years ago

no me hables info.

Tips to remember the word “no me hables”:

1. Break down the phrase: “no” means “don’t” or “no,” “me” means “to me” or “myself,” and “hables” means “(you) speak” or “talk.”
2. Practice saying the phrase out loud to become familiar with its pronunciation.
3. Visualize a situation where you might want to tell someone not to speak to you, which can help reinforce its meaning.

“No me hables” is a phrase in Spanish that translates to “don’t speak to me” or “don’t talk to me” in English. It is used to express the desire for someone to stop engaging in conversation with you or to avoid communication altogether.

Other words that convey a similar meaning include:
– No me digas: Don’t tell me.
– No me molestes: Don’t bother me.
– Déjame en paz: Leave me alone.
– No me interrumpas: Don’t interrupt me.

Infinitive form: Hablar (to speak)

– Present: Yo hablo (I speak), tú hablas (you speak), él/ella/usted habla (he/she/you speak), nosotros/nosotras hablamos (we speak), vosotros/vosotras habláis (you all speak), ellos/ellas/ustedes hablan (they/you all speak).
– Past: Yo hablé (I spoke), tú hablaste (you spoke), él/ella/usted habló (he/she/you spoke), nosotros/nosotras hablamos (we spoke), vosotros/vosotras hablasteis (you all spoke), ellos/ellas/ustedes hablaron (they/you all spoke).
– Future: Yo hablaré (I will speak), tú hablarás (you will speak), él/ella/usted hablará (he/she/you will speak), nosotros/nosotras hablaremos (we will speak), vosotros/vosotras hablaréis (you all will speak), ellos/ellas/ustedes hablarán (they/you all will speak).

1. No me hables en ese tono (Don’t speak to me in that tone).
2. No me hables hasta que haya terminado (Don’t speak to me until I’m finished).
3. Si no tienes nada amable que decir, mejor no me hables (If you don’t have anything nice to say, it’s better if you don’t speak to me).

(Note: The examples provided assume the second person direct object pronoun “me” is used, indicating the person being spoken to is “you” or “thou.” However, it can also be used to refer to oneself, such as in self-talk situations.)

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