No te preocupes, me tienes a mí.

English Translation

Don’t worry, you have me.

Hey, anyone can explain the second part of the sentence. Why is it ¨me tienes a mí¨? Wouldn´t ¨me tienes¨ be enough? What is the use of ¨a mí¨ in this sentence? Thanks x

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It’s redundant but it’s very common for emphasis.


Yes, “me tienes” alone would be correct but not expressive enough. “tienes a mí” alone is incorrect, so “me tienes a mí” is the best translation.

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