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Does "eres" in spanish mean you in English?

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  • Welcome to the forum! - sanlee Jul 26, 2011 flag

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"eres" is the second person present tense of the irregular verb "ser (to be)" in the indicative mood. It means "you are". It's not to be confused with "estar".

Here's the Complete conjugation list of "ser"

  • That's the definition link. - pesta Jul 26, 2011 flag
  • I'm still getting used to posting links... Thank you pesta :) - GuitarWarrio Jul 26, 2011 flag
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