Spanish Sentences using dijiste  

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Tú dijiste que tomaste el vuelo equivocado.
You said that you took the wrong flight.
¿Le dijiste a María que vamos a ir a la playa mañana?
Did you tell Mary that we are going to go to the beach tomorrow?
Le dijiste que saliste corriendo.
You said that you left running.
¿Les dijiste a tus amigos cómo llegar a las ruinas?
Did you tell your friends how to get to the ruins?
¿Por qué no nos dijiste que María no iba a poder ir a la playa con nosotros?
Why didn't you tell us that Mary wasn't going to be able to go to the beach with us?
Juan, ¿Les dijiste a los muchachos a qué hora vamos a ir a la playa?
John, did you tell the boys what time we are going to go to the beach?
Me dijiste que le darías el dinero ayer.
You told me that you would give him the money yesterday.
¿Por qué le dijiste eso a María?
Why did you say that to Maria?
Él cree lo que le dijiste a él.
He believes what you told him.
Él no cree lo que le dijiste a él.
He does not believe what you told him.
¿Cree él lo que le dijiste a él?
Does he believe what you told him?
¿Te creyeron cuando dijiste que cocinarías una buena cena?
Did they believe you when you said that you would cook a good dinner?
Dijiste que lo tomara.
You told me to take it.
Dijiste hola a tu amigo.
You said hello to your friend.
No dijiste hola a tu amigo.
You did not say hello to your friend.
¿Dijiste hola a tu amigo?
Did you say hello to your friend?
No, no me dijiste pero me alegré de que te gustara la historia.
No, you didn’t tell me but I am happy that you liked the story.
Me dijiste que no te habían dado el dinero todavía.
You told me that they hadn't given you the money yet.

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