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Excited: I see that you are excited – Yes, today is my birthday. We use “Muy” to emphasize feelings or emotions in Spanish.

Emocionado = Excited: (I see that you are excited – Yes, today's my birthday. We use “Muy” to emphasize feelings or emotions in Spanish.

Calm: How are you? - I'm calm, thanks. Spanish Questions and sentences with “usted” are a bit more formal.

Learn to make sentences with common adjectives for feelings and emotions in Spanish. Listen to conversations with people expressing feelings in Spanish.

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Bored: I have nothing to do, I am bored - I am too. We use “también” to say we share a mood with someone.

Learn to make sentences with common adjectives for feelings and emotions in Spanish. Listen to conversations with people expressing feelings in Spanish.

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Worried: I'm worried about my nephew - Do not worry, he's fine. Bien and Mal are two common Spanish adjectives to say how we are doing.

Preocupado = Worried (I'm worried about my nephew - Don't worry, he's fine. Bien and Mal are two common Spanish adjectives to say how we are doing.

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How are you? – I am angry right now. Enojado and other adjectives have synonyms, for example: bravo, enfadado and molesto.  http://www.spanishlearninglab.com/feelings-emotions-in-spanish/

Enojado = Angry (How are you? Enojado and other adjectives have synonyms, for example: bravo, enfadado and molesto.

In your first attempt to learn Spanish, the first thing you will be taught about is greetings.

Mayo es el quinto mes del año (May is the fifth month of the year).. "Mayo" is a beautiful month as well. In tropical countries it´s when the rainy season begins.

Mayo es el quinto mes del año (May is the fifth month of the year). Si, "Mayo" is a beautiful month as well. In tropical countries it´s when the rainy season begins.

Healthy: How are your children? - They are healthy thank God. To talk about “ellos” we need to "estar" + "saludable" in the plural, ie "están saludables".

Saludable = Healthy (How are your children? To talk about “ellos” we need to "estar" + "saludable" in the plural, ie "están saludables".

"La estación seca" is for tropical countries. It is common to hear "verano" instead of "estación seca" as they are almost the same thing.

Listen to conversations using SER, ESTAR and HABER to describe the weather in different seasons in Spanish. Practice listening and learn new vocabulary.

Happy Halloween in Spanish - Feliz Día de Brujas  Esperamos que disfruten Halloween.... Qué tengan un gran día.

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Sleepy: Are you sleepy? - Yes, I'm sleepy because I'm tired from work. Sometimes we may add one or more words instead of an adjective.

Soñoliento/Con sueño (tener sueño) Sleepy (to be sleepy) (Are you sleepy? - Yes, I'm sleepy because I'm tired of so much work. Sometimes we may add one or more words instead of an adjective.

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