I am what I say I am. I am the one who tells you that you are the one who is stupid. The person who tells you that you are stupid. The one who tells you that you are useless. The one who tells you that you are worthless.
This is an important part of the learning curve in Spanish. The Spanish language is much less formal than English, so there is a lot more context to go around, much more than in English, where you say things like, “I am a carpenter.” I am the carpenter.
Well, it’s a bit more formal than English, but still not as formal as the Italian and French. And it’s even more formal than the French, which is what most people think of when they hear the word stupid.
You will find that most people assume that stupid means stupid. But the Spanish word stupid is actually a word for someone who is lacking knowledge, not stupid. People also say (not so much in Spanish, but in most other Spanish speaking countries, not so much in the US) to be stupid to be lazy. That’s not what stupid means in Spanish, but it’s close enough.
The Spanish word stupid refers to people who are lacking knowledge, intelligence, or ability because they are not intelligent enough to make the right decisions, or because they have not learned how to do the right thing. The Spanish word stupid is a very strong negative, as in, stupid is a very strong negative in the Spanish language.
The point is even though it’s a bad word in the Spanish language, the negative connotation is still very strong, and the negative connotation is not that hard to understand. The negative connotation is a very strong negative, because it is the negative connotation of a lack of knowledge. A lack of knowledge is a lack of intelligence, a lack of intelligence is a lack of ability.
In spanish, stupid also means ignorant, so the word is used to describe a person who is ignorant.
Of course, the negative connotation is a very strong negative. A person who doesn’t understand something is a person who is stupid. Stupid is the opposite of intelligent. Dumb is the opposite of smart, so when a person says stupid in Spanish, they mean they are stupid.
So what’s the difference between dumb and stupid? Dumb people are stupid because they don’t know how to do something. Stupid people are stupid because they don’t know what they are doing. For example, a carpenter is stupid because he doesnt’ know how to build a house. Smart people know how to do something because they know they know it. When a person is using the word stupid in Spanish, it means they are stupid.
The Spanish word for stupid is stupido. We are all stupido.