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Emociones- emotions in Spanish

It’s always nice to be able to describe how you or someone else is feeling.

Once you know how to say I am, you are, he is, etc. You can express the feelings in full sentences.

In Spanish we use the Estar form of the to be verb, because feelings can change easily. However, there may be times that we would use the Ser form, but that would be to describe the type of person.

For Example:

El hombre está enojado. – The man is feeling angry.

El hombre es enojado. – The man is an angry person.

La niña está feliz. –The girl is feeling happy.

La niña es feliz. She is a happy person.

So here is a pdf with a bunch of different emotions you might want to use. You can print it or just view it on your device.

Practice saying:

Yo estoy …. Tú estás…. Él está… Nosotros estamos ….. Ustedes están … Ellos están… Está…. Están … Estoy … Estamos …

The ….. is whichever emotion you want to use.

The first page has positive emotions and the second page has negative emotions. Free Download below!

Enjoy! ¡Disfrútalo!


Amber moved to Guadalajara, Mexico with her family when she was just 7 years old. They all learned and spoke Spanish there and lived there for 5+ years, visiting frequently. Amber studied Spanish all through high school and minored in it in college. She learned a lot about learning languages when she and her family moved to France and took on the challenge of learning French. She has also learned a lot about teaching kids since she has been homeschooling her 8 from the start. Amber has taken all she has learned from all these experiences to make this Spanish course specifically for kids to be able to start speaking Spanish right away. The focus is on helping kids learn to make sentences and to learn vocabulary words in context. Speaking, listening, practicing and repeating make this program a winner when it comes to helping kids learn Spanish!

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