Spanish has 2 words for "to be"
Which is often confusing to me.
What's more, I'm studying a lonely planet phrase book, and they use 2 different forms when describing 2 different marital statuses:
I am married: Estoy casado.
I am single: Soy soltero.
I guess I should consult someone who can really speak it.
Is the guide correct or do they need to tweak it?