Feelings and emotions in Spanish
In this new course, we are going to see feelings and emotions in Spanish. Remember when your spanish had just started a little while ago asking: how are you? Well, this question and the consequent answer, has a lot to do with the new course; why is so? Because what we are going to learn in this new course is to express our emotions in Spanish, and those emotions are completely connected to our temporary physical/mental state; In other words, expressing when you are sad, happy, busy, bored, etc. It is very important as you can imagine to express so, isn’t it?
Our actual mood or our physical state is a very basic part of our communication, and we hope to give you the keys to understand it smoothly, so you might have a proper use of it when Spanish comes to us
Also, we will see that some adjectives can be used in a temporary or in a permanent expression, but changing the meaning of it; just a little clue: It is the same being a happy person, or, being happy in a very specific moment? As you can imagine already, the verb Ser and Estar have a lot to do with this matter.
We will see as well, those words that help us to clarify and quantify the adjective; Is it the same saying: I am very happy, I am quite happy or I am a little bit happy? we are going to see all these words that will help us to get closer to the specific idea that we are trying to express.
Temporary emotions in Spanish
Expressing emotions in Spanish, as in any other language, it is an important part of our process of learning our new language.
First of all, we are going to see all these adjectives that will allow us to tell, without confusion, our temporary emotions in Spanish; in other words: How are we in this very right moment.
You will also find how it works grammatically, needless to say.
However, whenever you have already memorized those temporary adjectives, we hope that you might start using them from the very beginning.
Permanent emotions in Spanish
Most of these temporary adjectives, not all of them, can be used also in a permanent idea as we had said. We will see the difference between them all, in both situations, in a temporary stage and in a permanent one.
Permanent emotions in Spanish, basically, is a description of a person’s personality; you are giving permanently to a person an adjective that describes his/her personal characteristics, so, basically, you are telling how’s the personality of this person.
You might find it really curious to know more about it, we could even say that it is even funny to learn about.
Naturally, as we had repeated, you will also find the words that will help us to quantify the adjective, whether is a temporary or a permanent expression, so, you can have a better use of your new language.
Talking about emotions in Spanish
Being able of expressing all these feelings and emotions in Spanish and understanding it clearly, whether is a temporary or a permanent expression, it is an essential part as you can imagine, so get ready to learn it all and if you have any doubt in it, remember that you can always book your own spanish private tutor with us.
We hope that you might find this course of feelings and emotions in Spanish as clear as we wanted it to be.