Lesson 4 - ¿Cómo estás? (How are you?)
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This page: Learn adjectives to describe emotions and conditions in Spanish.
If there are two Spanish words, the first is the masculine form, and the second is the feminine form (masculine | feminine). If there is only one Spanish word, that is the form used for both men and women. Unlike English, adjectives are made plural when referring to two or more people (Ellos están contentos). To make the plural form, follow the rules that you learned in the Plural Lesson. Click on the adjective to hear the pronunciation.
Select the correct translation.
The following is a list of key vocabulary that you will need to know to understand the lesson. Click on the word to hear the pronunciation.
Now read the dialogue.
Dictations are great for practicing listening and spelling in Spanish. Click on "Listen" to hear the dictation of a sentence. The sentence will be read once quickly and then repeated slowly with pauses to write the words. Write the sentence in the textbox. Click on "Check" to check your answer. Don't forget to use correct capitalization, accents and punctuation, or the computer will mark it as incorrect.
Describe your current feelings using the verb estar and the adjectives that you learned on this page. You can also write sentences about your friends and family.
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