What is the grammatical structure of Se te ve tan diferente answered in How do you say "You look so different" in Spanish??
- Passive form "Se + 3rd person present" se ve for a general statement like "se dice"? or
- Se is just for emphasis like "se comió todos los platos por el mismo!"? or
- Indirect object to mean to someone? or
- Something else?
Is this part of a reflexive verb verse? If so, "me ve bien" means "I look well" like "va bien" = "I am good"?
But I believe ver is to look something which takes a direct object.
Having found Usage of “ver(se)” for “to seem/look” (te ves, se te ve, te veo, etc.) and se is impersonal to make it general idea, but still not sure about te ve especially te. Is it basically a reflexive verb verse ?