I imagine you're referring to the set phrase "Eso es." meaning "That's it", when you are (sort of) corroborating what somebody else has said before. For example:
- Ah, vale, entonces, la farmacia está al final de esta calle a la derecha.
- Eso es.
- Ah OK, so, the chemist is at the end of this street on the right.
- That's it.
Here is a lesson on the pronouns ese, esa, esos, esas and the neutral eso. You'll see some examples there that may be helpful.
Thank you! Easy to remember too, it sounds like S.O.S.
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