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2_La vida diaria

1002_Estar with Emotions and Conditions

Yo no estoy aburrido. I am not bored (male speaker, ends with o).
Yo estoy aburrida. I am bored (female speaker, ends with a).
Ella está aburrida. She is bored. (ends with a, for female)
Nosotros estamos tristes. We are sad. (plural ending)
Ellos están furiosos. They are furious. (plural ending)
Ellas están preocupadas. They are worried. (plural ending)
Ustedes están enfermos, ¿no? You all are sick, aren´t you? (plural ending)
Ellos están cansados, ¿verdad? They are tired, right? (plural ending)
¿Estás cansada?, Ángela. Are you tired, Angela? (a ending for a female)
La sala está ordenada. The living room is neat. (a ending for feminine noun)
La cocina está desordenada. The kitchen is messy. (a ending for feminine noun)
El baño está sucio. The bathroom is dirty. (o ending for masculine noun)
La casa está muy limpia. The house is very clean. (a ending for feminine noun)
Nosotras estamos contentas. We are happy. ( feminine plural ending)
Lucas está muy contento. Lucas is very happy. (o ending for a male)
Los niños están emocionados. The kids are excited. ( plural masculine ending)
aburrido bored
contento happy
cansado tired
enfermo sick
enojado angry
muerto dead
muerto de dying of
ocupado busy
perdido lost
preocupado worried
triste sad
apurado in a hurry
emocionado excited
ordenado in order / straightened
desordenado out of order / messy
sucio dirty
limpio clean
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