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I thought that 'estoy' was the formal version of 'soy', but I saw that there were not many examples of using 'estoy' while referring to yourself. Also, I read that you don't use formal words when referring to yourself, only others. Is that true?

Thanks.

  • Hay, what do you mean that 'estoy' is the formal version of 'soy'? I've never encountered that idea, and I'm wondering if it comes from a teacher, a book, a website, an observation? – aparente001 Jun 13 '18 at 3:01

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