"My car is pretty."
Translation:Mi carro es bonito.
"É" in this case is indicating how the car is with the meaning of "everytime" or "always" not just once.
It is like saying: "it is beautiful and it wasn't diferent before".
Rarely will change.
And "esta" is with the meaning of "being" RIGHT NOW. Which means it could be ugly before!
The first give us a strong statement, the second is almost like just a moment of... Beauty. I think you understood.
Hope it helps you!
Please say if there is a gramatical mistake here! Because I am not a native english speaker. ^-^
It's a description of something = ser. Google Doctor vs Place for how to use ser vs estar.
There are multiple Spanish words for 'car' Carro is just one of them. There is also 'auto' prounounced like 'out-oh' if that makes sense.
Oh and coche although that directly translates to cart. As in horse and cart.
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Am I always supposed to assume something is masculine? Mi carro es bonita, didn't work. Yet La Sal instead of El Sal, nothing makes sense any more.
the adjective needs to agree with the noun that is either masculine or feminine. Therefore, bonito would describe el carro, while bonita could be used for mi esposa.
carro ends with a "o" witch means it is masculine, so you would say "bonito", you use it with like "ella es bonita"
"Bello"/"Bella" is also a word in Spanish which means "handsome"/"beautiful", but it's pronounced like 'beh-yo'.
Google Translate isn't a reliable source. That's because Spanish words can be translated into many different words, but GT can only give you one.
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