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You would like to dance with me? Te gustarĂ­a bailar conmigo?
How to say “You would like to dance with me?” in Spanish? “Te gustarĂ­a bailar conmigo?”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “Te gustarĂ­a bailar conmigo?” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on You would like to dance with me? in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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looks like conditional

“could you dance with me?”?

2 years ago

It’s conditional in the hypothetical sense. The hypothetical condition is, “to dance with me”. The question is, “Would you like?”

2 years ago

@el filosofo lo mas comun si ya conoces a la chica es: quieres bailar, vamos a bailar, ven vamos a bailar. Ahora si no la conoces bien y no estas seguro si ella aceptara la invitacion puedes usar la palabra gustaria

2 years ago

Wow parece que le ponen mucha gramatica al español pero no le ponen sentido ? todo depende de la circunstancia y de la persona con quien se habla espero me entiendan lo que digo, si la chica te interesa le puedes decir te gustaria pero en la practica no usamos esa palabra pero la usan en ingles entonces hay aprenderla pero un consejo si hablan con nativos hispanos traten de no usar mucho esas palabras los haran parecer weirdos ok

2 years ago

OK, Hektor. Entonces, ¿CĂ³mo un hispano nativo invitarĂ­a a alguien a bailar?

2 years ago

Ok, I looked more online, as I never really got the difference in french or english. It seems that conditional requires a context of stated [or implied?] condition, and subjunctive is just subjective, hypothetical and or unspecified conditional.
Is that right?
Like it kind of seems like the difference between pretarite and imperfect and estoy and ser, the difference being implied or stated specifics.

2 years ago

yeah i suppose “could” is more an inquiry into the capability of dancing?

2 years ago

Sentence info.

The sentence “Te gustarĂ­a bailar conmigo?” is Spanish for “Would you like to dance with me?”. Here’s how it’s formed:

– “Te” is a direct object pronoun that means “you”. It is used here to indicate who is being asked the question.
– “GustarĂ­a” is a verb in the conditional tense of “gustar”, which means “to like”. The conditional tense is similar to the English “would like”.
– “Bailar” is an infinitive verb meaning “to dance”.
– “Conmigo” means “with me”.

To remember this sentence, you can think of it in parts: “Te” as referencing the person you’re speaking to, “gustarĂ­a” as the expression of “would like”, “bailar” as the action of dancing, and “conmigo” indicating that you’re asking them to do the action with you.

Here are some alternate ways to say “Would you like to dance with me?” in Spanish:
1. “¿Quieres bailar conmigo?” (Do you want to dance with me?)
2. “¿Te apetece bailar conmigo?” (Do you feel like dancing with me?)
3. “¿Bailamos?” (Shall we dance?)
4. “¿Te interesarĂ­a bailar conmigo?” (Would you be interested in dancing with me?)
5. “¿PodrĂ­amos bailar juntos?” (Could we dance together?)

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