"You are not in this world."
Translation:No estás en este mundo.
Mundial is an adjective - world/global. Global politics, world war, etc.
Mundo is a noun - world as in, the earth.
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You used 'ser' in your statement twice.
Eres and son, you are and they are respectively.
You used the tú form "estás" instead of the vosotros/vosotras form "estáis".
I thought this was latin american spanish??
Vosotros/vosotras is plural informal "you", like "you all", while tú is singular informal. Both should be accepted as a Spanish translation here, as well as formal singular and plural you - "Usted no está" and "Ustedes no están"
No está de mal humor but no está en este mundo? Are these phrases simply known? Or does the use of 'de', 'a', or 'en' after the verb estar follow a rule? Thx