How do I know when to use soy or estoy?
SOY is the 'I AM,' part of the verb SER. ESTAR also means, 'TO BE. ' It is used when you want to convey a more temporary state of affairs, such as being tired or sad. ESTOY is the, 'I AM,' part of the verb ESTAR. via
What is estoy Embarazada?
Embarazada (Spanish pronunciation: [embaɾaˈθaða]) is the Spanish word for pregnant. It is a false friend for native English-speaking students of Spanish who may attempt to say "I'm embarrassed" by saying "estoy embarazada". This phrase actually means "I'm pregnant" in Spanish. via
Is estoy bien formal?
Replying in formal situations
To express that everything is going really well, and there is no need to give more details. A variant of estoy bien is todo bien (all good). It works perfectly in most contexts. via
Do you say yo estoy or just estoy?
In Spanish all the verbs are modified by the pronoun, so the if you write "estoy","voy", "veo" that implies the "yo" so it's entirely optional. via
What do pregunta means?
question, ask, (she) asks. via
What is Estoy feliz?
I'm happy (Estoy feliz) via
How do you pronounce estoy bien? (video)
What do you say after bien y tu?
The standard answer is probably "Bien" ("Fine") or "Muy bien" ("Very good"). Of course, both of those responses are often expanded: "Muy bien, gracias. ¿Y tú?" ("Quite well, thank you. via
Do you put yo before estoy?
We use yo for I and tú for you. The most common place we'll use them is before the verb. Yo estoy casada. (f) - I'm married. via
Do you put yo in front of Tengo?
But it's only ever “tengo” when the subject is “I”, so you never need to say “Yo” (which means “I”, remember). The way a native speaker would say this is actually “Tengo dos autos”. A native Spanish speaker would always just say “Tuve dos autos”. via
Why is it estoy and not esto?
Estoy comes from estar - to be located (or some other things) and it means “I am (in a place, in a certain condition, doing something, etc.). The difference is that they are the first person singular form of two different verbs. Soy comes from ser - to be. It means “I am”. via
What language is preguntas?
Translate "Pregunta" from Spanish to English - Interglot Mobile. via
What is a Spanish word?
Basic Spanish Words
Adiós = Goodbye. Por favor = Please. Gracias = Thank you. Lo siento = Sorry. Salud = Bless you (after someone sneezes) via
What do we say to her in Spanish duolingo?
"La" is direct object. In this sentence, whatever it is that you're going to say to her is the direct object, and to whom (a ella) you're going to say it is the indirect, hence "le". via
Is Estoy feliz correct?
When would you say one or the other, or are they interchangeble. I hear "soy feliz" in many songs. But... in the Spanish Lessons 1.1 - Greetings and Introductions, "Estoy feliz" is used for when someone asks you how you're doing. via
Is it es feliz or esta Feliz?
Ser feliz means that the person is always happy whereas estar feliz means the person is happy today. via
How do you say the days of the week in Spanish? (video)
What is your name in Spanish?
What's your name? = ¿Cómo te llamas? Remember, when speaking to someone your age or younger, use a tú form of this phrase. via
What does mas o menos?
mas o menos (spanish for "more or less"): more or less, so-so, neither here nor their, mediocre. via
How do you say nice? (video)
How do you respond to Como Eres?
¿Cómo Eres? For example, a person could respond with: Yo soy alto (I am tall) Yo soy rubio (I am blonde) via
How do you respond to Mucho Gusto?
Instead of saying “adios” to someone who you just met, you can simply say “mucho gusto!” And if you are wondering how to respond to “mucho gusto”, the best answer is “igualmente” o “mucho gusto también”. via
How do you respond to Que tal?
This is an informal greeting to be used among friends in a casual setting. It is similar to the English “What's up?” However, unlike the English “What's up?” you should not respond to ¿Qué tal? with “Nothing much” or any variant thereof. Instead, respond with an adjective—bien, mal, regular, genial, terrible, etc. via
Whats the difference between Eres and estas?
"Estás" is the conjugation of the present form of the second person singular of the verb "estar", and "eres" is the conjugation of the present form of the second person singular of the verb "ser". Example: tú estas estudiando, tú eres bonita. And "es" is use with the third person of the singular (él/ella/usted). via
What is the yo form of estar?
Estar is an irregular yo verb, which means that the first person singular is the one that suffers the big change in conjugation compared to regular verbs. As irregular as estar is, it follows the same pattern of conjugation as two other important Spanish verbs: ir (to go) and dar (to give). via
What is the difference between soy and estoy in Spanish?
We use soy when we are talking about permanent things, things that do not change from day to day, or hour to hour. I might say “Soy estudiante” meaning I am a student. On the other hand, we use estoy when we are talking about states or variable things, like the weather or somebody's mood or location. via
Do Spanish speakers use yo?
However, in most of Latin America, it's not pronounced like that, it's pronounced with a “j” sound, e.g. “yo” (meaning “I” in Spanish) is pronounced “joe”, and the same thing goes for the double-L: “ll”, as in “llegar”, which would be pronounced as “yay-gar” in Spain but “jay-gar” in most of Latin America. via
Do I need to say nosotros?
Usually when you need to say “we” in Spanish, you say nosotros. The exception is when a female is referring to herself and other females. via