In Spanish, if the subject is understood, it may be omitted from the sentence e.g., 'Yo estoy aqui' means the same as 'Estoy aqui.'
female-Estoy enferma hoy. male- Estoy enfermo hoy. The "hoy" is "today" and can be the first or last word in the sentence.
That means, in English, "I am talking my sister." To make sense, the sentence should be stated "Estoy hablando con mi hermana" which would mean "I am talking with my sister."
Period, like the one at the end of a sentence is "punto". Period, like if you on your period would be "Regla" (Estoy en regla) or "días" (Estoy en mis días).
Estoy muy bien. Estoy maravilloso. Estoy fantástico. Estoy estupendamente.
¿Donde estás? Is Spanish for "Where are you?" So you have to answer it depending on where you are. But you will always start the sentence with "Estoy..." which means "I am..." To say "I'm here," you'd say "Estoy aquí." To say "I am in" or "I am at," you will generally say "Estoy en..." For example, "Estoy en la plaza" (I'm in the plaza) or "Estoy en mi auto" (I am in my car). Hope that helps! By the way I get a lot of good Spanish help from the Examville link below. You should check it out to see if it helps you.
what does estoy mean
Estoy means I feel, or I am. An examples is: "Estoy contento", which means "I am happy" or "I feel happy"
en este momento
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"
Yo estoy means "I am".
Estoy feliz cuando estoy contigo.
Estoy conduciendo. Estoy manejando.
"Estoy enfermo" means "I am sick."
"Estoy Enojada" Translates to "I am angry"
I am. (Temporary) Estoy and Soy both mean "I am". Estoy is a temporary form. Soy is a permanent form. I am here = Estoy aquí. I am a man = Soy un hombre.
yo estoy felices, yo estoy serio, but now yo estoy enojado adios
Estoy bien means I'm fine.
estoy enfermo = I am ill (sick)
''Estoy bien'' is the Spanish for ''I am fine''.
I am not well I am stupid
"Estoy bien" means "I am well".
"Estoy bien" means "I am well" in English.
estoy is the present tense
Me Estoy Enamorando was created in 1997-09.