Using estar, llegar, and ponerse

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Words needed for the AP Spanish exam

estar a punto de

to be about to

estar al día

to be up to date (current)

estar bien enterado

to be well-informed

estar de buen (mal) humor

to be in a good (bad) mood

estar de moda

to be in style (fashionable)

estar de pie

to be standing

estar de vuelta

to be back

estar enamorado de

to be in love with

estar harto de

to be fed up with

estar muerto de hambre

to be starving

estar muerto de cansancio

to be dead tired

estar muerto de sueño

to be very sleepy

estar para + infinitive

to be about to
to be at the point of

(no) estar para bromas

to not be in the mood for jokes

estar por

to be in favor of

estar seguro

to be sure

llegar a ser

to become (goal achieved over time)

llegar a tiempo

to be (arrive) on time

llegar atrasado

to be (arrive) late

llegar con atraso

to be (arrive) late

llegar con retraso

to be (arrive) late

llegar tarde

to be (arrive) late

llegar temprano

to be (arrive) early

ponerse de acuerdo

to agree
to come to an agreement

ponerse de pie

to stand

ponerse de rodillas

to kneel (down)

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