When you use 'yo' before a verb and when not? Because the verb itself tell you allready that it's about "I".
For example; vivo (I live), estudio (I study), tengo (I have). Is it enough to us 'yo' one time in the begin of the sentence?
What's the difference between 'y' and 'e'? Is it correct that it both mean 'and'? If yes, when do you use 'y' and when 'e'?
When do you use the verb 'ser' and when do you use 'estar'? Is it true that they both mean 'are'?
When do you use for example estoy and está before a verb?