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As far as I know, Est√° is not the imperative form of Estar. The sentence would be ¬°Estate creativo!. El imperativo de la segunda persona del singular solo se usa en forma pronominal (estate): Estate tranquilo. According to RAE, Estar means 6 intr. Hallarse en un determinado estado. Estar triste, rico, sordo, convencido, satisfecho. In your ...


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The reason is not obvious but I'll try to explain it. As you say one person wants that the other change to a creative state, but implicitly wants that the change remains to modify the person's behavior. So the verb for a permanent state as you say is "Ser", not "Estar". Anyway, is that kind of things inherent to the language.



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