When to use Estoy / Yo / Lo
How are these used when asking or answering a question? What is the proper way or method of usage'
estoy ayudar? = I am help (which is not a question and, as you can see, the wrong tense)
or yo ayudo = I help (not a question but correct)
The question would be:
¿Puedo ayudar? Can I help? (in Spanish we do not say the subject most of the time)
can I say Yo puedo ayudar? Or does it not make sense'
interesting I didn't think of it that way That helped me alot actually I just have to practice more. Thank you soo much for your help
May/can I help you? = ¿Te/le puedo ayudar?
Shall I help you? = ¿Te/le ayudo'
Estoy: I am
Yo: I - as the subject in a sentence
Lo: him, also means 'it' when the thing talked about is a male-word
use estoy when talking about I am.... use yo when your saying I.... before a conjugated verb and use lo when your saying it (masculine)
hope this helps
Well I am lost when to say like if I want to help do I say estoy ayudar? or yo ayudo? I am just confused on how they are used. does that make any sense'
Hi, Jessica. You need to be more specific in your question, since the one above has no real answer.