“Es” and “está” both mean “is”, so what is the difference?
You use “es” when something is permanent, for example:
- Mi carro es rojo \ My car is red
- Ella es azul \ She is blue
You use “está” when something can change, for example:
- El hotel está cerrado \ The hotel is closed
- La niña está triste \ The girl is sad
And that’s it! I hope this lesson was understandable and helped you