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Estar with Conditions and Emotions (5.1)

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Estar Estar with Conditions and Emotions (5.1) Use estar with adjectives to describe the physical condition of places and things. Examples:
La habitación está sucia.
The room is dirty. Example: INÉS: Estoy aburrida. ¿Quieren hacer algo?

MAITE: No, estoy cansada. Examples (cont.):
La puerta está cerrada.
The door is closed. In Lecciones 1 & 2, the verb estar is used to talk about how you feel and to say where people, places, and things are located. Estar is ALSO used with adjectives to talk about certain emotional and physical conditions. Use estar with adjectives to describe how people feel, both mentally and physically. ¡Atención! Two important expressions with estar that you can use to talk about conditions and emotions are estar de buen humor (to be in a good mood) and estar de mal humor (to be in a bad mood). Adjectives that describe emotions and conditions abierto/a: open
aburrido/a: bored
alegre: happy; joyful
avergonzado/a: embarrassed
cansado/a: tired
cerrado/a: closed
cómodo/a: comfortable
confundido/a: confused contento/a: happy; content
desordenado/a: disorderly
enamorado/a (de); in love (with)
enojado/a: mad; angry
equivocado/a: wrong
feliz: happy
limpio/a: clean listo/a: ready
nervioso/a: nervous
ocupado/a: busy
ordenado/a: orderly
preocupado/a (por): worried (about)
seguro/a: sure
sucio/a: dirty
triste: sad Complete These Sentences 1. Nosotros _______________ muy (ocupados/equivocados) todos los lunes.
2. Ellas ______________ (alegres/confundidas) porque tienen vacaciones.
3. Javier ______________ (enamorado/ordenado) de Maribel.
4. Diana ______________ (enojado/limpia) con su hermano.
5. Yo _____________ (nerviosa/abierta) por el viaje.
6. La habitación siempre _______________ (ordenada/segura) cuando vuelven sus padres.
7. Ustedes no comprenden; ______________ (equivocados/tristes). Complete These Sentences 1. Nosotros ___ocupados___ muy (ocupados/equivocados) todos los lunes.
2. Ellas _____alegres___ (alegres/confundidas) porque tienen vacaciones.
3. Javier ___enamorado___ (enamorado/ordenado) de Maribel.
4. Diana ____enojado____ (enojado/limpia) con su hermano.
5. Yo ____nerviosa_____ (nerviosa/abierta) por el viaje.
6. La habitación siempre __ordenada__ (ordenada/segura) cuando vuelven sus padres.
7. Ustedes no comprenden; ___equivocados___ (equivocados/tristes).
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