Está (from estar): to describe a condition
Es (from ser): to describe inherent characteristics
Estoy aburrido: I am bored
Soy aburrido: I am boring
Spanish seems like one them languages u gotta think ahead and know what u about to say before u start speaking
Hence having a question mark at the start of the sentence as well as the end.you need to know it's a question before you start writing it!
A cool saying that helped me in high school was "How you feel, where you are, always use the verb estar. ". If the usage doesn't fall in the rhyme then use set.
It's strange how it accepts clever, smart and intelligent for me but not for other people
could you give some feedback on how i mispronounced a phrase. i can't improve if i can't tell what i got wrong
My question was to translate, not repeat, and it wouldn't accept "smart" for "intelligent." July 2018.
Hi, please use the button to report oversights like this. The course creators don't read every comment to every sentence discussion, but they do get the reports. Thanks!