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estoy and soy?

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what is the difference between estoy and soy''

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updated SEP 7, 2008
posted by Joseph-McAron

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use ser for who and what you are estar is for that other thing like what you are and how you feel this little poem thing is supposed to be accompanied by the twinkle twinkle song lol that how i remeber

updated SEP 7, 2008
posted by david20
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lazarus1907 said:

Soy is from the verb "ser". Estoy is from the verb "estar".

Please check previous threads about these two verbs, because everyone asks the same thing.


That's why I think there should be a FAQ; even if it only contains links to the grammar section (or whatever).

updated SEP 7, 2008
posted by samdie
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Soy is from the verb "ser".
Estoy is from the verb "estar".

Please check previous threads about these two verbs, because everyone asks the same thing.

updated SEP 7, 2008
posted by lazarus1907
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you need to study lessons on "ser" and "estar" in order to begin to become familiar with what makes estoy and soy different.. And they are different, sometimes that difference is HUGE and its a mistake to use the wrong one.

updated SEP 7, 2008
posted by linda
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