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ESTAR= to be (feelings)
You must conjugate ESTAR for
whoever you’re talking about.
yo
nosotros
tú
x
Él, Ella, Usted
Ellos, ellas, ustedes
ESTAR= to be (feelings)
You must conjugate ESTAR for
whoever you’re talking about.
Yo estoy
Nosotros estamos
Tú estás
X
Él, Ella, Usted está
Ellos, ellas, ustedes
están
Está aburrido
Está contenta
El gato está contento
La familia está alegre
La bebé está feliz
El chico está deprimido
La niña está deprimida
Está emocionado
Está emocionada
Está enfermo
Está enferma
Está enojado / enfadado
Está enojada / enfadada
Está nervioso/ nerviosa
Está ocupado / están ocupados
Está preocupada
Nosotros estamos tranquilos
Están tristes
What do you have to do with these
feelings (like adjectives)
1.
2.
They must agree in _______________
They must agree in _______________
What do you have to do with these
feelings (like adjectives)?
1.
2.
They must agree in GENDER (masc/fem)
They must agree in NUMBER (1, more than
1)
Try these! (en tu paquete)
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1. I am sad.
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___________________________________________
2. The students are happy!
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___________________________________________
3. My parents are worried.
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___________________________________________
4. We are tired.
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___________________________________________
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Try these!
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1. Today, the girls are calm.
___________________________________________
2. My parents are bored.
___________________________________________
3. The cats are content.
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___________________________________________
4. The dogs are depressed.
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___________________________________________
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Try these!
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1. You (girl) are nervous.
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___________________________________________
2. The women are excited!
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___________________________________________
3. My cousins are angry.
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___________________________________________
4. My (male) teacher is sick today.
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___________________________________________
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Ojo:
1.
2.
3.
Remember our rules for SER vs.
ESTAR?
SER is usually used for things that don’t
change, like characteristics and
personalities.
ESTAR is usually used for things that
might change, like location and feelings.
Ojo:
1.
What does “El hombre es enfermo” mean?
2. What does “La chica es aburrida” mean?
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