Yo pregunté una pregunta similar más temprano, pero tengo difficultad.

¿Cuál es correcto, sí se quiere decir "He tells me"?
Me deces. - He tells me
El decirme - He tells me
El digame - He tells me.
Dime! - Tell me! (command--easy one).
This goes with all verbs. When to put the 'me' or 'te' before or after the verb?

Gracias.
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robert¿Cuál es correcto, sí se quiere decir "He tells me"?
Me deces. - He tell
El decirme - He tells me
El digame - He tells me.
None of the above. It should be "Él me dice"

Dime! - Tell me! (command--easy one).
This goes with all verbs. When to put the 'me' or 'te' before or after the verb?
I would start putting "te" and "me" before the verb but, there are always exceptions, for example:

(you) Tell me = (tú) Dime and not "me di"

Ok thanks. But then how come some people put it at the end like this?

Can you give me the book? Puedes darme el libro? As opposed to Puedes me das el libro? Excluding of course Dame el libro since that's Give me the Book! (Command).
Robert, I think that "puedes darme el libro" and "me puedes dar el libro" have the same meaning!
¡El decirme y El digame no se usan!

He tells me = El me dice (Presente)
Yeah, jack you're right, both mean the same
Thanks. So he tells me El me dice.

What about, he wants to tell me?
El quiere decirme. Or El quiere me dece?
It could be:

- El quiere decirme...

- El me quiere decir...

Both are correct
No te olvides de las tildes en la "E". Emotion: smile
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