Thursday, February 07, 2008

No te metas en problemas.

Don’t get into trouble.


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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I posted a link to your blogspot on the web site MyHappyPlanet.com as a 'lesson'. It's a community forum web site with learners helping other learners.
I hope you don't mind. But if you do, please post here and I will remove it.

Dana Law said...

Of course you can link it. Anything called MyHappyPlanet.com can't be all bad.
Thanks for the support.
Sincerely,
Dana Law
Spanish Phrase of the Day

Anonymous said...

Re: Meter/Meterse
Meter means: to put something inside something else or into a place. (i.e. meter el pan al horno, meter el perro en el baño, etc)

I think the difficulties might arise with the use of the reflexive form, Meterse, which means to put oneself into something or into a specific place (usually an enclosed place). From there the expression can be used figuratively, (meterse en problemas, etc).

Dana Law said...

Anonymous,
thank you for your dissection of meterse.
Dana Law
Spanish Phrase of the Day