Feelings in Spanish
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How are you feeling? Find out how to ask and answer this question in Spanish.

Asking about someone’s feelings

To ask how a person feels, you need the verb estar (to be) or sentarse (to feel):

How are you?   ¿Cómo estás?
How do you feel?   ¿Cómo te sientes?

Describing someone’s feelings

When describing someone’s mood, use estar or sentarse and remember to make the adjective agree with the person’s gender.

I am … , He/She is …   Estoy … , Está …
I feel … , He/She feels …   Me siento … , Se sienta …
angry   enojado enojada
bored   aburrido aburrida
calm   tranquilo tranquila
confident   seguro segura
confused   perplejo perpleja
delighted   encantado encantada
embarassed, ashamed   avergonzado avergonzada
exhausted   agotado agotada
happy   feliz feliz
impatient   impaciente impaciente
nervous   nervioso nerviosa
rushed, in a hurry   de prisa de prisa
tired   cansado cansada
sad   triste triste
scared   asustado asustada
sorry   arrepentido arrepentida
worried   inquieto inquieta

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