You don’t just have to use “Estar” to express how you are feeling. You also can use sentirse, which means “to feel”. Me siento enfermo. I feel sick. But…sentirse is a little different from verbs we have conjugated before. First of all we conjugate it as a (e-ie) stemchanging verb. Yo Siento Tu Sientes El/Ella/Usted Siente Nosotros Sentimos Vosotros Sentís Ellos/Ellas Usteded Sienten Siento Sentimos Sientes Sentís Siente Sienten But…sentirse is also what we call a “reflexive verb”. “Reflexive verbs” are verbs in which the subject and the object are the same. So we need a new set of pronouns. Me Nos Te Os Se Se Notice these are not the same as our “Doler” and “Gustar” Pronouns. To make the verb reflexive, you just conjugate the verb normally and place that reflexive pronoun in front of the verb. Como se dice… You feel…. Te sientes Here is the entire verb conjugated. Me Siento I feel Nos Sentimos We feel Te Sientes You feel Os Sentís You all feel (Spain) Se Siente He/She feels Se Sienten They feel Use both “Estar” and “Sentirse” to tell me how this person feels.