I'm not confused but at nearly 90 my fingers don't always hit the letters I think i have
Check out the tips and notes for this unit. Está is used to talk about where someone or something is located. Es is used to describe people or things.
Taken from other posts: How you feel and where you are is when you use the verb estar.
Although it's improper in my opinion I heard many native speakers sometimes use esta. So long story short, unless you're learning Spanish to speak with someone who can't tolerate incorrect responses it's fine to use esta.
Almost typed grand, but didn't want to risk it. Anyway, made me wonder, is there a Spanish word for grand? Or can Grande mean big and also grand? Does anyone know?
English is not my native language but I understand that "grand" is more than just big, something like very important, magnificent, etc.
If so, then the spanish "grande" would not be the correct translation.
Big = grande
Grand = grandioso
When do they pronounce g as [g] and when as [h] as in elegante? [h] before vowels?
When people say ' Mi casa esu Casa ' We all know it means ' My house is your house ' But ' esu ' is not a spanish, nor english word! It would be both spelled and said ' Mi casa es Tú casa '
I believe the correct wording is "mi casa es su casa", where su means "your".
Because "My house is very big" translates to "Mi casa es muy grande." If there is no "muy," there is no "very."
I think that translation would be "my case es muy grande". I tried saying my house is huge and it marked me incorrect.
on the slow audio, the first word is just a mumble. On the fast audio it is very clear.
I put " my house is huge. " and it didn't work. I put " my house is large. " and it worked. LOl
Why is 'es' used here instead of 'està' for 'is' - of anyone can explain...
I was tempted to say “father is big” also subscribe to pewdiepie on YouTube now!!!
right can"t i have a normal house