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Los Verbos: Estar; Sentirse y Tener

Compare the use of these verbs with feelings.
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Karen Ippolito

on 19 November 2014

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Transcript of Los Verbos: Estar; Sentirse y Tener

Mental and
Physical
Conditions and
States
When talking about how you feel or what is
wrong use one of the following verbs:
estar
,
sentirse
or
tener
.
Sentirse - to feel
Sentirse is reflexive and requires a reflexive pronoun.
Sentirse is also a stem-changing verb. e to ie.
It can be used like
estar
to talk about mental or physical
states.
It can also be used with the adverbs: bien or mal to
describe how someone feels.
Tener - to have
Estar - to be
Use estar with adjectives to
talk about mental or
physical conditions or
states of mind.
El fin
No me s
ie
nto bien hoy.
I don't feel well today..
Se s
ie
nten mal.
They feel bad.
Certain expressions require the use of tener.
tener catarro to have a cold
tener frío to be cold (feel cold)
tener calor to be hot (feel hot)
tener miedo to be scared
tener sueño to be sleepy
tener resfrío to have a cold
tener ansias to feel anxious
tener calambre to have a cramp
tener náuseas to feel nauseated
Laura está enferma.
Yo estoy cansada.
Yo
estoy
nerviosa.

estás
cansado.
Él, ella, ud.
está
aburrido.
Nosotros/as
estamos
enfermos.
Vosotros/as
estáis
enojados.
Ellos/as, Uds.
están
mal.
Sentirse - to feel
Me

s
ie
nto
mal.
Te
s
ie
ntes
bien.
Él, ella, ud.
se

s
ie
nte
triste.
Nosotros/as
nos

sentimos
contentos.
Vosotros/as
os

sentís
aburridos.
Ellos/as, uds.
se

s
ie
nten
nerviosos.
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