Translation:Quis est Stephanus?
What is the difference between "es" and "est"
Both are present tense forms of the verb esse (to be, to exist).
es is the second person singular form. "You are" when talking to a single person.
est is the third person singular form. Means "he/she/it is".
Moopish, do you mean when talking "to" a single person or talking "about" a single person?