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01-012 – ¿Cómo eres? – Describing your personality

In this lesson, we’ll be covering the yo and forms of the verb SER (to be). As well as telling you how to say Yo soy (I am) and Tú eres (you are), this video also teaches some adjectives to describe your personality.

Hope it’s helpful! Please leave suggestions, comments or questions if you so feel the need or desire.

Vocabulario:
¿Cómo eres?
– What are you like?
atrevido – brave, adventurous
prudente – cautious
generoso – generous
tacaño
– stingy
simpático – nice, kind
antipático – unpleasant
deportista – athletic
artístico – artistic
trabajador – hard-working
perezoso – lazy
ordenado – organized
desordenado – unorganized
gracioso – funny. goofy
serio – serious
paciente – patient
impaciente – impatient

 

¿Eres _? – Are you _?
Sí­, (yo) soy _. – Yes, I am _.
No, (yo) no soy _. – No, I am not _.

¿Eres _ o _? – Are you _ or _?

No soy ni _ ni _.
– I am not _ or _.

 

a veces – sometimes
bastante – rather, quite, kind of
muy – very
siempre – always
nunca – never


 

 

Related video(s):

  1. How to describe people physically in Spanish!
  2. ¿Cómo eres? Describing your personality (part 2)
  3. Descripciones físicas
  4. Present Tense: Ser + descriptions and physical characteristics

17 Responses

  1. hmmm… im not sure but simpatico – female simpatica
    o change a in word
    expample
    atrevido
    (female) atrevida
    Sorry but my english is not good and spanish is no good too;p

  2. Hola, senor Jordan.
    I wondered if the adverb in espanol such as ”a veces” , ” nunca”, ” bastante” , ”siembre”, are like those in english, which can be put in whatever place of the sentence.
    Can I say , A veces soy bastante generoso ,pero soy nunca tacano. ?

  3. Hola Sr. Jordan,
    Mi nombre es Franklin Fuentes y tambien comparto la pasion por ensenar el idioma. Ahora estoy ensenando en el colegio de GlenRock High School.
    Quiero agradecerle por la constancia con la que ha desarrollado esta serie de publicaciones las que nos ayudan mucho en nuestras clases diarias aqui en Glen Rock.
    Muchas gracias por permitirnos ver sus videos

  4. Como eres means “what are you like?”

    So, “Eres gracioso?” is asking Are you (like) funny?

    the word “like” becomes uderstood and is eliminated? Is that why I don’t see it in most simple sentence formations?

    It confuses me that’s why I ask so I hope you can explain the point further.

    “Gusta” is of another definiton of like and that’s why I wish to be sure that this is another new definition of the like word,

  5. Great question.

    The problem here is that the constructions in both languages are different.

    We have to add words in English because we wouldn’t say it the same way in Spanish.

    ¿Cómo eres? = How are you (as a person)?
    We wouldn’t ask that question. We would ask, “What are you like?”

    ¿Cómo estás? = How are you (feeling)?

    There is no actual “like” in the first one. It’s just something we would say in English in the question to distinguish it from a similar question, “What are you?” I hope that clarifies your confusion.

  6. Hola señor Jordan,
    I was wondering how you change a statement into a question.
    For example: Ana no responde a mis cartas. Would it be: no responde Ana a mis cartas? Does the subject always follow a verb when asking a question? Thanks for your help.

  7. Buenos dias senor Jordan,
    I am Venezuelan and work as Spanish Teacher in Bellville Texas. You are a great help to my classes, my students thinks we are close friends lol (well I see you almost everyday on your videos, right?). Muchas gracias por tus videos, mis alumnos de High School lo disfrutan y esperan poder conocerte algun dia.
    We are planning to get some of your shirts, let you know as soon I get answers. Regards and many blessings.

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