If you have more questions, tell me.

Would it be

Por si tienes mas preguntas, me dices


Por si tienes mas preguntas, dime

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In Spain, at least, we would not use por in these sentences, and we would modify the last one slightly:

Si tienes más preguntas, me dices.

Si tienes más preguntas, dímelo.

The second one can be used in any case, while the first one is quite informal and can sound awkward in some contexts. In case of doubt, you are better off using dímelo, which, as I said, is fine in any context. Assuming, of course, that it is relaxed enough to use ; if you are using usted, it becomes:

Si tiene más preguntas, dígamelo.

In this case, the first version is too informal and has no equivalent.


"Me dices" suggests to me that there's a gap between the request and the decision to proceed. When you say "dime," you mean either "now" or "please do not keep it." "Por si" means "Por si acaso"(Just in case you have any questions, just in case if you decide to do so, he/she doesn't think that you'll have any..)

I'd say:

  • Si tienes más preguntas, me dices.
  • Si tienes más preguntas, dime no más.
  • Si tienes más preguntas, no dudes en consultar(me)
  • Por si tienes alguna pregunta, acá/aquí voy a estar(para responderte, para responderlas).
  • En el caso de que tengas alguna pregunta, voy a andar por acá(para ayudarte)


  • Me dices ==> you'll tell me, I just want you to tell me, I wish you'd tell me, let me know.

Doctor: Si te duele, me dices, ¿de acuerdo?

Doctor: Si le duele, me dice, ¿de acuerdo? (with more formality)

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    Se me hace que viene siendo asimismo una forma de suavizar un pedido o una orden, a diferencia de las exhorativas que los vuelen más tajantes: Vas con tu mamá (a un niño adorable) / Ve con tu mamá (normal) / Qué vayas con tu mamá (a un niño que te tiene hasta acá) xD
    – nopaltepec
    Dec 15, 2021 at 19:27

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