Why does it say "estoy maravillada" instead of "estoy maravillando"?
Dictation exercise A1
What this means is "I am impressed" - you need the past participle form "maravillado", not the gerund/present participle. We are using an adjective here with estar that sometimes takes the same form as a past participle, which is this case.
Other examples are:
Estoy obsesionado - I am obsessed
Estamos agradecidos - we are grateful
Está destruido - it's destroyed
Here is a lesson where you can see lots of examples.
I hope it helps.
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