What is the phrase 'Dame un beso por favor ahora' when translated from Spanish to English?
Give me a kiss, please, now.
I already see you. I see you. Hi, I already see you in spanish is in past tense ; so that would be the answer for " Ya te vi" "I see you" is more likely the answer ; but it would be excellent if you say " I 'll see you" just because "ya te veo " reffers to future. it can also mean "i see you now". now in span. is literally "ahora"…
Ya ['ɟʝa] [ɟʝ] similar to that consonant in "judge", but softer. [a] as in Italian "amare", to love. Ahora [a.'o.ɾa] [a] as above in "ya" [o] as in Italian "sono" I am [ɾ] as in USA English "kitty" [a] as above in "ya" "Now" in Spanish is "ahora." It is pronounced, "ah-OR-ah." Sites such as learn-spanish.co.il provide audio pronunciations of many common Spanish words.