Je te commande tes billets


Urdu - Pakistan
I understand that this translates to:

I'll order your tickets for Barcelona today.

but can someone please elaborate on "te commande", shouldn't it be "me commande" ???
  • Fenice

    Senior Member
    France French
    It is colloquial.
    It emphasis the speaker is doing a favor - I am doing it for you.
    I'll order your ticket to B for you and before tonight