"I am" or "I understand"
"Rozuumiem" = "I understand"
Yes, but not within the context of this sentence.
Ser means "to be" The boy doesn't want to wait to become tall. He just wants to be tall. That would be a different verb. https://dictionary.reverso.net/english-spanish/become
No difference in sound, you will know by context. https://dictionary.reverso.net/spanish-english/alto You can tell for this sentence that an adjective works: “tall” and not “stop”.
“ser” = “to be” and “estar” = “to be”, but each verb has specific uses and they are not interchangeable.
If you were trying to make a joke, “ted?” I really didn’t get it.
This is anoying. I put in the correct translation 3 different times, and it only will mark me correct when I put in a capital letter to start and a period at the end. When most of the time duolingo does not care about punctuations or adding marks after that or a capital letter. Sorry rant over.
ser = to be (It is required here to talk about a characteristic. DOCTOR date, occupation, characteristic, time, origin, relationship, but I would add existence, equivalence, possession, passive voice, impersonal expressions and surprisingly, event location Doctor Eep Pie?)
I am sure that you have seen forms of ser on Duolingo.
él es, ella es
estar = to be (It is used for how you are or where you are. PLACE position, location, action, condition, emotion)
él está, ella está
The boy doesn’t want to wait to grow. He wants to be tall.
Ser = to be
Crecer = to grow
I recommend the move “Big”.
Do you hear sere or do you hear seralto when people run words together? I hear it correctly above though she speaks quickly and words tend to blend together a bit. If you have the listen and write it down exercise, listen to the slow one to hear individual words and the fast one to get used to listening to people talking. I recommend listening to native speakers at Forvo.com
No, that would have been "más alto". https://dictionary.reverso.net/english-spanish/taller
Duolingo seems to think that being short is bad and being tall is good :(
The r is not pronounced as in English, but you are not hearing sh exactly. Please delete the copy of your comment below. https://www.thoughtco.com/pronouncing-the-r-3079556