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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.
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But…sentirse is a little different from verbs we
have conjugated before.
First of all we conjugate it as a (e-ie) stemchanging verb.
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Yo
Siento
Tu
Sientes
El/Ella/Usted
Siente
Nosotros
Sentimos
Vosotros
Sentís
Ellos/Ellas Usteded
Sienten
Siento
Sentimos
Sientes
Sentís
Siente
Sienten
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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.
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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
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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
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Use both “Estar” and “Sentirse” to tell me how
this person feels.
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Sentirse (e-ie) ¡Me siento enferma!