Do you know how to DESCRIBE PEOPLE IN SPANISH?
Remember that to describe people you need to use ver SER (to be), TENER (to have) and LLEVAR (to wear) which is a regular verb ending in -ar, click on the link to learn more about this verbs and their conjugation. You should also learn a little more about how adjectives work in Spanish.
Using SER or ESTAR to describe people
Remember there is not the same to describe someone (es alto, es inteligente, es simpátido…), that to talk about someone mood of state of mind, in that case, verb ESTAR (to be) is used instead and not forget.
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alto, bajo, gordo, delgado, feo, guapo, moreno, simpático, amable, trabajador, vago, tímido, optimista, pesimista, trabajador, callado, egoísta, serio, alegre,