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yo (estar) I am
estoy
tú (estar) you (fam.)are
estás
Ud. (estar) you (formal) are
está
él (estar) he is
está
ella (estar) she is
está
nosotros (estar) we are
estamos
vosotros (estar) you (pl. fam.) are
estáis
Uds. (estar) you (pl. formal) are
están
ellos (estar) they (m.) are
están
ellas (estar) they (f.) are
están
The cat is under the bed.
El gato está debajo de la cama.
The shoe is behind the sofa.
El zapato está detrás del sofá.
The plant is next to the window.
La planta está al lado de la ventana.
The magazines are on the table.
Las revistas están en la mesa.
You are close to the school.
Tú estás cerca del colegio. (o cerca de la escuela.)
We are far away from the gym.
Estamos lejos del gimnasio.
The dogs are in front of the house.
Los perros están delante de la casa.
The pencils are on top of the dictionary.
Los lápices están encima del diccionario.
Where are you?
¿Dónde estás?
Where is the cat?
¿Dónde está el gato?
Where are we?
¿Dónde estamos?
Is your house close to El Pollo Loco?
¿Tu casa está cerca de El Pollo Loco? (notice that de and el remain separate when El is part of a title)
I don’t go to the beach.
Yo no voy a la playa.
Say it 2 ways: I never go to the beach.
Nunca voy a la playa. No voy a la playa nunca.
Say it 2 ways: I don’t go to the gym, either.
Tampoco voy al gimnasio. Yo no voy al gimnasio tampoco.
Say it 2 ways: She never does the homework.
Ella nunca hace la tarea. Ella no hace la tarea nunca.
I don’t have anything.
Yo no tengo nada.
Say it 2 ways: We never eat chocolate.
Nunca comemos chocolate. No comemos chocolate nunca.
There’s nobody here.
No hay nadie aquí.
No one is home.
Nadie está en casa. No está nadie en casa.
Nobody is under the bed.
Nadie está debajo de la cama. No está debajo de la cama nadie.
It’s my turn to wash the dishes.
A mí me toca lavar los platos.
It’s your turn to take out the trash.
A ti te toca sacar la basura.
It’s Elena’s turn to make the bed.
A Elena le toca hacer la cama.
It’s his turn to clean the bathroom.
A él le toca limpiar el baño.
It’s our turn to watch TV.
A nosotros nos toca ver televisión.
It’s their turn to sing.
A ellos les toca cantar.
It’s your (pl.) turn to mow the lawn.
A Uds. les toca cortar el césped.
It seems boring to me.
(A mí) Me parece aburrido.
He thinks it’s unfair.(To him, it seems unfair.)
(A él) Le parece injusto.
It seems like a pain to you.
(A ti) Te parece una lata.
It seems pretty interesting to us.
(A nosotros) Nos parece bastante interesante.
They seem fun to us.
(A nosotros) Nos parecen divertidos.
Working in the garden seems awful to my brother, but to my mom it seems fun.
A mi hermano le parece pésimo trabajar en el jardín, pero a mi mama le parece divertido.
I think singing is boring, but they think it is great.
A mí me parece aburrido cantar, pero a ellos les parece fenomenal.
I think The Wonder Pets are horrible, but to my little sister they seem very interesting.
A mí me parecen horribles Los Wonder Pets, pero a mi hermana menor le parecen muy interesantes.
Math class seems easy to us, but it seems difficult to them.
La clase de matemáticas nos parece fácil, pero a ellos les parece difícil.