Italian Language Help! Why is the difference between "Sto" And "Sta"?
and " é " and also "sono "
Since they all seem to mean " is " how do I know which one is appropriate when making a sentence??
- Anonymous1 decade agoBest Answer
Sto I'm doing...
Sta he/her he/her is doing...
(Io) STO facendo i compiti
I'm doing my home-works
(lui/lei) STA facendo i compiti
he/her is doing his/her home-works
STO and STA are written without accent mark
e,isn't for is.
Lui è gentile(he is kind)
Lei è una brava moglie
she is a good wife
Il mio cane è ubbidiente
my dog is obedient
Vado al cinema con Mario e Silvia
I'm going to the cinema with Mario and Silvia
''è'' it's to be, ''e'' is a conjunction
Mangio pizza e bevo birra
I'm eating pizza and drinking beer
è and sono is to be
io sono(I am)
tu sei(you are)
egli/ella è( he/her is,but you can find egli,ella,only in novels,when we speak,we say lui/lei)
noi siamo(we are)
voi siete(you are)
loro sono(they are)
io sono italiano e vivo a Roma
I am italian,and I live in Roma
Lui è italiano,e ha due sorelle
he is italian,and he has two sisters
yoa^^Source(s): I'm italian
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
Sto- I am- It is used for temporary feelings
sta- He/she is or you(formal) are-it is also used for temporary feelings
e´- He/ she is or you(formal) are- used for long term characteristics
sono- I am or they are-also used for long term characteristics
Here are all the forms of stare and essere:
tu(formal)- e´Source(s): Me
- *peterpan*Lv 51 decade ago
verb stay (stare)
(I) IO STO
(YOU) TU STAI
(HE / SHE / IT) LUI / LEI/ ESSO STA
(WE) NOI STIAMO
(YOU) VOI STATE
(THEY) ESSI STANNO
and the verb be (essere)
(I) IO SONO
(YOU) TU SEI
(HE / SHE / IT) LUI / LEI / ESSO É
(WE) NOI SIAMO
(YOU) VOI SIETE
(THEY) ESSI SONO