What is the English of yo aca from spanish?
"Myself here". Ex. What are you doing? -- Myself here, just taking it easy. Its a modism.
"I love so much!" is an English equivalent of the Spanish phrase ¡Yo amo tanto! The first person singular pronoun and present indicative and adverb model a case where Spanish includes the optional subject pronoun yo ("I") for emphasis since clarity is met through context and verb endings. The pronunciation will be "yo A-mo TAN-to" in Spanish.
That is a saying in Spanish instruction for people who constantly use the personal pronound "yo". It is not normally necessary, and marks the person as a novice. ---- I don't really understand if the frase was primarily in English or spanish. but assuming it was in spanish it can mean 2 things: "yo" means "me/I" in spanish, so someone that is a "yo-yo" can mean it a narcissist person that can only think for…