I am aware of most of the basic usage of when to use ser vs estar and also that the meaning can change depending on which adjective is being used. However, there are a few instances where I am unsure as in the following:
Este equipo es muy bueno. This team is very good.
I understand the use of es here as it talks about a general truth about the team, However, if i am talking about the teams performance of a particular game(let's assume it's currently ongoing) I'm no longer talking about a general truth but rather at this moment. So how would I say "this team is very good(at this moment)
I can't say,
Este equipo está muy bueno.
because "estar bueno" means to be tasty/attractive
En ese restaurante la sopa es muy sabrosa. The soup is tasty at that restaurant.
Similarly this also speaks of a general truth but what if i was talking about a particular moment? could i say
en general, la comida es sabrosa, pero esta noche no está sabrosa generally the food is tasty but tonight it is not tasty.
Eres hermosa. You are beautiful.(Generally)
estás hermosa hoy. You are beautiful today.( a particular moment of a person's beauty.)
I'm not sure what's a good situation to use a sentence with "estás hermosa". For example is
estás hermosa hoy.
a compliment or is it offensive as in, would someone think i'm saying that they look beautiful right now but is not generally beautiful or can it be both a compliment and offensive depending on how it is used.
¿Cuál es la casa de Juan? Es la casa de la esquina. - Which house is Juan's? It's the house on the corner.
This one is confusing "Es la casa de la esquina." feels like talking about location why was Es used?
Santiago es hombre muerto. Santiago is a dead man. why was es used?
what about comparisons is it ok to say
Ella está más contento que yo
or is it
Ella es más contento que yo