ASK A QUESTION How do you say "be happy" in spanish?
I'm not latino but I would say "Sé feliz". Sé is the tu command form of Ser - to be. Maybe a latino will chime in to confirm or deny this.
Hola jjolie y Bienvenido a SpanishDict!!
I am not a "latino", but just because I'm not I hope that you won't disbelieve my answer (and in case you were wondering, I didn't use the translator)
In my opinion it would be "sé feliz".
¡Espero que esto les sea útil!
Yo soy latino! actually you should say Hispanic... that is the correct definition The correct way is: Se feliz! if you are wishing somebody to be happy. if you are saying that somebody is already happy then you may use: es feliz
a formal way is Sea feliz for usted intead of tu....
and infinitive : ser feliz to be happy
another way is sientase feliz! wishing somebody to feel happy for something that is temporary...