What does estoy tan enamorado mean?
A man or boy is saying "I am so much in love" or "I am very in love"
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The conjugation "estoy" is the first person present tense of "estar" ( to be ). It means "I am..."
It is the first person singular form of the verb "estar", the Spanish verb meaning "to be". So it means "I am". 'I am' in relation to temporary states, e.g. location, emotion Estoy en el tren (I'm on the train) Estoy muy feliz (I'm very happy) (at the moment) By contrast 'soy' from the verb 's…er', also meaning 'to be', relates to more permanent or innate states, e.g. Soy ingles - I am English Soy feliz - I am happy (by nature, a happy person) (MORE)
it means either "animated" or excited about something. But in most latin American countries, if you said "Estoy animado porque tengo un nuevo trabajo", it would mean "I'm excited because I have a new job" So there you go :)
Estoy enamorado de ti - I'm in love with you (What a man says to a woman) Estoy enamorada de ti - I'm in love with you (What a woman says to a man)
It means "I am regular" in the context that "I am okay" or I am fine.
IM GOOD= ESTOY BIEN. COMO ESTAS? ESTOY BIEN , GRACIAS ? Y TU? i'm fine or i'm ok
"I'm already here in...". (it must be "Aqui", so you should leave out the -c)
I am. (Temporary) Estoy and Soy both mean "I am". Estoy is a temporary form. Soy is a permanent form. I am here = Estoy aquÃ. I am a man = Soy un hombre.
Estoy in Spanish means I am . Of course, soy also means I am , but generally is used for more permanent things (ex: Soy un ni Ã±o. I am a boy.) while estoy is used for more temporary things (ex: Estoy consado. I am tired.), including where a person is located (ex: Estoy aqu Ã. I am… here.). (MORE)
It means "I'm always hot." haha....about that...."estoy caliente" can mean I'm horny also.....weird right? O.o
estoy acindo nada no significa nada . No estoy haciendo nada means "I'm not doing anything".
Well, that's not really the way it's said in Spanish, but it means "I think I'm in love with you."
no idea what 'desendo' means."you know that i am desend o ." --Edit: maybe desendo = diciendo, "you know that i am say"
A response, usually, from a person that has been asked: how are you feeling. "I feel very bad", or "sick".
haha!it's like caribbean for i'm fine and you? it's supposed to be Â¿Estoy bien. Y tÃº?
Accent marks make a big difference in Spanish. As written, the sentence means, "...if I'm working..." But if there were an accent over the 'i' in si (sÃ) it would mean, "Yes, I'm working."
"I'm in the clouds." Same thing as saying someone has their head in the clouds in English.
Lets break it down: Estoy is the 'yo' or 'I' form of estar, which is to be. Enojada is an adjective, meaning angry or mad. The first part of 'contigo' (con) means with, and when you add 'tigo' to the end, is means 'with you'. So put that all together and you get: 'I am angry with you'
You got the wrong spelling it's 'Estoy Muy Bien.' this means 'I am very well.'
Estoy muy linda- I am very pretty or I am very cute. i don't know what the huff is there for huff isn't a spanish word.
It means "I'm parking". "Parkiando" is Spanglish, though. The correct way to say it in Spanish would be "estoy estacionando".
"Yo estoy mal" means "I am feeling bad/unwell/ill." It is usually a response to a standard question such as "?Como estas?" or more formally, "?Como esta Ud.?" "yo estoy..." signifies impermanent things, such as in this case, feelings.
I'm in love with a cute girl i love you very much [Punctuation errors and all.]
It means "I am happy". The "yo" is not normally necessary. It can be added for emphasis, for example: One speaker says "Estoy triste"(I am sad), the other may reply "YO estoy feliz". (To emphasize myself as the happy one.)
It is used to indicate that "I am so-so, or neither good or bad", neutral condition. You could say also, "estoy regular".
the best I can make out of your statement is: I am in love with you and I don't know how to live without you.
It means "this my loved heart". If you said "EstÃ¡ mi corazÃ³n enamorado" it would mean "It is my heart in love". "EstÃ¡s mi corazÃ³n enamorado" would be "You are my beloved heart", although you would normally use the verb "ser" here. "Eres mi corazÃ³n enamorado". It means the same thin…g, but impled a permanant condition. (MORE)
"Estoy no bueno" is improper structure. Probably should be "No estoy bueno" It means "I am not well" ("I am sick") No soy bueno = I am not good. (I am not a good person)
Litereally: I am outside. In this case, probably it means "I am out of the office/house"
Estoy a encontar a mi gata I am (here) to find my (female) cat However the structure of the sentense is not right. Perhaps the following would be more correct Estoy aqui para encontrar a mi gata Perhaps- I am going to find my cat Voy a encontrar a mi gata.
It's literally means, "I'm cooking a work/an act." It can be interpreted as, "I'm creating a culinary masterpiece."
That's Spanish for "I am very tired now". Since "tired" is in feminine, that means it is a woman who is talking.
Spanish is one of the few Romantic languages that derived from Latin. French, Romanian, Portuguese, and Italian are also among that subgroup. "Yo estoy enamorado" literally meaning "I am in love" If you're talking about a song I can't help.
That means "I am [that]". It is used in reply to a question. For example, if asked whether you are tired, or hungry, that might be your reply.
I am no longer in love with this picture / image or I no longer love this picture / image.
It means "Nothing I am well you are good". Probably better to use "EstÃ¡s bueno" in the second part.
What does oye mami que te vas a hacer hoy en el noche estoy muy aburrido y quiero una beso grande porque estoy tan cansado e te sabe means in English?
"Hey mom(not always a mom it's just a name to call someone) what are you going to do tonight, I'm very bored and I want a big kiss because I'm so tired and you know"
I am looking for a girl-/woman-friend. Estoy. I am Buscando. Looking for Una a(female) Novia. Woman- or girl-friend
Is spanish for "I'm the same" or more generically, to say that someone (I, first person) still in the same condition. It means "I feel the same".
estoy mean i currently am, and viendo means going, and fast five means fast five. Did that help you? it means I am seeing and fast five is fast high five.
What does gracias senor por you despertarme hasta este por la manana cinco mas parami bebe por venir estoy tan emocionada de amigos en un mean?
A bit ungrammatical, incomplete, so difficult to follow, but it means something like: 'Thank you, sir/senor, for having woken me in the morning up till now five more for my baby ('s future/to come) I am so touched by friends in a....'
"Estoy no hablo bien espaÃ±ol" is probably someone trying to say "I do not speak Spanish well." The entire sentence, though is completely incorrect. It is really saying "I am I don't speak well Spanish" The correct way to say "I don't speak Spanish well" is "Yo no hablo espaÃ±ol bien." or… "No hablo EspaÃ±ol bien." Note: Some Spanish speakers use the "ny" to substitute for the Ã± when typing. However it is not accepted as alternate spelling in proper Spanish. (MORE)
The sentence tries to say "I am single and I want to know people" However, the sentence uses the improper form of "to be". This is one of the exceptions that proves the rule on Ser and Estar. "Yo soy soltero" is the correct way to say this, not "estoy soltero". Same goes for "married". Soy casado …(I am Married) not "estoy casado" The other main exception to the ser=permanent "to be" & estar= temporary/transient "to be" is life and death. "Estoy vivo" is the way to say "I am alive" - Esta muerto (He is dead) is the correct form also. Of course you can't say you are dead "Estoy muerto" unless you are a ghost, so that means "I am dead tired" (MORE)
I love you so much I am so happy you are mine forever (addressed to a female)
Enamorado mean lover in Spanish. Most people use this term to refer to someone who they are romantically involved with. It is used with a lot of affection.
Aqui estoy yo means 'here I am' in English. It is a common phrase and also a name of a song. The yo is not necessary in the phrase because estoy already means 'I am'.
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Yo estoy con otra means "I am betraying you with another" in Spanish. This is likely a portion of a song or could be the lyrics to the song that is called "Te Estoy Enganado Con Otra."
It looks like two sentences combined: Estoy....muy bien = I am very well Sientes muy bien = (Do) you feel very well
It means "I am quite..." or "I am fairly..." whatever comes after that. For example, quite happy, quite fat, fairly tired, etc.