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What does creo que te amo mean?

It is Spanish for "I think I love you". Also, creo is used more in line with believe. As in, "I believe I love you". Pienso is used more to mean I think. In this example, pie (MORE)

Is no creo que si proper spanish?

No creo que si... = I do not believe if... No creo que sí = I do not believe so. Creo que no. = I believe not. Both seem to be correct, proper Spanish. However, it is mor (MORE)