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Skeyeflyer wrote at 2015-01-14 18:41:46
So the easy way to determine this: after any preposition (de, a, hasta, sobre ...) yo and tú change respectively to mí and ti.  



The exception to this is after the preposition 'con.'  After 'con' yo and tú join con to form respectively 'conmigo' and 'contigo.'  



I hope this helps.  


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