whats the difference when would you use ser and estra?

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whats the difference when would you use ser and estra?

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updated DIC 2, 2009
posted by ter124

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¡Hola!, Ter124:

That is certainly one of our most popular questions ever. Here is a link to almost all the information we have relating to Ser vs Estar.

Be sure to look at it all several times if you need to because it is one of the most important things to learn.

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Moe

updated DIC 2, 2009
edited by Moe
posted by Moe
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I think you mean estar. There is a lesson all about that.

updated DIC 2, 2009
posted by misterD
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You mean, estar? Estar is the, to be, verb for location and condition, and ser is the, to be, verb for description.

updated DIC 2, 2009
posted by jacquie106