Which is correct?
English - All is Well
Espanol - Todo es bien / Todo está bien
I am confused with es and está. still I don't get a clear view.
I referred this too.
Please help to understand. Thanks!
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The correct way is "Todo está bien." I don't remember the rule right, but I usually use "es" when i refer to a particular characteristic of the subject: The car is red (El carro es rojo), The car is big (El carro es grande). In the case of "está", I use it more to refer to a particular state or status of the subject: The car is wet (El carro está mojado), The car is far (El carro está lejos). I need to go back and review the official rule, it's been a while, but in general terms, I hope that helps a bit.