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How do I use the two verbs for "to be"?

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What is the difference between Es and Esta?

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updated ENE 7, 2010
edited by Nicole-B
posted by bankernancy

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es means "is". esta means "this"(fem.)

updated ENE 7, 2010
posted by icanrideawave
Did you mean ser vs estar? - icanrideawave, ENE 7, 2010
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Hi Bankernancy! Welcome to SpanishDict!

Here is a link to a reference article here on Ser vs. Estar which are the to verbs for "to be."

I hope that helps and we look forward to seeing you around! grin

updated ENE 6, 2010
posted by chaparrito
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