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"You all are (informal)" becomes vosotros/as sois

"You all are (formal)" becomes ustedes son

"They are" becomes ellos/ellas son[10]

Estar. The verb "estar" also means "to be" but is used in a different context from "ser". "Estar" is used for states of being - for example, it is used to describe conditional states such as feelings, moods and emotions, as well as a person or thing's location, amongst other things. It is used to describe how something is.[11]The present tense of the verb is conjugated as follows:

"I am" becomes yo estoy

"You are (informal)" becomes tú estás

"You are (formal)" becomes usted está

"He/she is" becomes él/ella está

"We are" becomes nosotros/as estamos

"You all are (informal)" becomes vosotros/as estáis

"You all are (formal)" becomes ustedes están

"They are" becomes ellos/ellas están[10]

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