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How do I say ‘It looks to me’ in Spanish? I'd like to say it in this context: “It looks to me that I am going to Spain again.”

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closed as off-topic by c.p., Alexis Pigeon, Albertus, Ricardo, Emilio Gort Jan 18 '14 at 13:59

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-1, SLU is no translation service. (On the other hand, here you wanted to go to Germany, now Spain! :D ) – c.p. Dec 15 '13 at 16:28
In my opinion, this phrase could be useful for other users. – JoulSauron Dec 16 '13 at 13:41
This would be a better question if you offered your own translation "try." If you said, "I think the expression is 'yo parezco' " (wrong), the question would be ok. At SE, we are here to correct your efforts, but not to teach from scratch. – Tom Au Dec 17 '13 at 20:02
@JoulSauron: Please see my meta question:… – Tom Au Dec 17 '13 at 23:43

'Me parece'

"Me parece que iré a España de nuevo"

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Me parece, 'Me Parece que voy a ir a Espana otra vez' or

Parece, 'Parece que... '

A very popular way to say it is; 'creo' As in 'Creo que voy a ir a Espana otra vez'

An extremely common and informal way is 'Para mi' As in 'Para mi que voy a ir a Espana otra vez'

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