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Use of “me” in the phrase “me llevo este”

I would like to know what kind of word is "me" in the phrase "me llevo este" (meaning I'll take this one). Is it a reflexive verb? How can you tell? Thanks a lot.
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Reflexivo: Se dativo

Could you please explain the below: Se dativo o intensificador del verbo. Con el mismo valor: me, te, nos, os. A veces, el pronombre reflexivo sirve únicamente para intensificar el significado ...
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Gramática: no te hagas el bobo

No te hagas el bobo = Don't act like a fool No te me hagas el bobo = Don't act like a fool (but it has a different emphasis that is impossible to explain) Could anyone please explain the ...
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What exactly are the “passive se” and “impersonal se”?

Many materials for learning Spanish, discuss the "impersonal se" (e.g. ¿Se puede tocar esto?) and "passive se" (e.g. Se habla español.). What exactly are these forms grammatically? Is the se in both ...