"If you are happy, I am also happy."
Translation:Se vi estas feliĉa, ankaŭ mi estas feliĉa.
The sense would be different. "Estus" is used for speaking about hypothetical situations which can take place in the past, present or future. But this is the situation when someone is happy for someone else and is saying about it.
does anyone know if this is okay..."se vi estas felicxa ankaux mi felicxas " mixing it up...i know its probably counterintuitive...i just do it to get double the practice...but ive been marked wrong before
I had almost exactly this and it was accepted. Turning adjectives into verbs is pretty standard in Esperanto.
Could "se vi estas felicxaj, ankaux mi estas felicxa" be accepted? I don't see any reason not to accept the plural form or maybe I am missing something.
I've just tried it and it is not accepted. It surely should be, as there is nothing to show whether the "you" is singular or plural. I have reported it.
"Se vi feliĉas, mi feliĉas ankaŭ." was marked wrong. Is there a different connotation from the correct answer, "Se vi feliĉas, mi estas feliĉa ankaŭ."?
I answered "Se vi feliĉas, mi ankaŭ feliĉas." and it was marked correct. It's possible that they didn't account for that particular word order. It should be correct.
Edit: I got this phrase again and this time answered "Se vi feliĉas, mi feliĉas ankaŭ." It didn't get marked wrong, but I received the following message: "ankaŭ always goes before the word it refers too, so in this case needs to go before "mi" "