"He is a boy."
Translation:Él es un niño.
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If you are using Windows 7, for instance, press "shift" and type ~then press n and the tilde will be on the ñ. Another way of getting ñ y by pressing Alt and type the numbers 164 on the number pad on the right of the keyboard, type 165 for capital Ñ.
"es" is the singular form of the verb "to be" of the third personal singular (él, ella, Ud,) and "eres" is the familiar form for "tú".
Legend has it, it was because of limitations on typewriters, because they did not have accents over capital letters. True or not, it's not a problem now :)