Log in Sign up. Spanish to English. Hear an audio pronunciation. A copular verb links the subject of a clause to the predicate e. My brother is tall. El océano es azul. I'm not in a good mood today. Hoy no estoy de buen humor.
Let's go home Es muy tarde. Vamos a casa He lived in the country when he was young Vivió en el campo cuando era joven to indicate possession or duty: It's mine Es mío This is your responsibility Este asunto es responsabilidad tuya with events in the sense of take place: The Olympic Games were in Barcelona Los Juegos Olímpicos de fueron en Barcelona Where is the exam? You can use estar: en route for talk about location of places, objects and people: Where is Zaragoza? Is it ok if I call you later? Estamos comiendo.