"I want this dress."
Translation:Yo quiero este vestido.
'éste' must take the form of 'vestido' in gender and number - and vestido is masculine singular. Here is a table that shows the various forms.
Referring to Something Near the Speaker and the Person Being Spoken to ...
Masculine Singular: éste
Feminine Singular: ésta
Neuter Singular: esto
Masculine Plural: éstos
Feminine Plural: éstas
Como estas means "How are you," it's estar in the tú conjugation. Estás (note the accent, that's how you tell them apart) means "these" feminine plural.
The accent differentiates between a lot of Spanish words that are the same otherwise. Such as: tu and tú, estas and estás, si and sí, and so on
I wish there was a way to turn off progression when you misspell. I keep writing vertido but it progresses me assuming it was only a spelling mistake, when in fact I did not memorize it correctly. Does anyone know of a way to turn off progression when you make spelling mistakes?
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things have no gender, but here in portuguese and spanish, we don't have a pronoun to reffer the things "it" as an english, so we call "he" or "she" for things too! and you can know that for the end of the word, "a" is feminine and the rest of the termination including "o" is masculine