HomeQ&ADoes this sentence make sense: "Huntington esta al labo de un rio, y es cerca de dos estados: Ohio y Kentucky."

Does this sentence make sense: "Huntington esta al labo de un rio, y es cerca de dos estados: Ohio y Kentucky."

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Does this sentence make sense?

"Huntington esta al labo de un rio, y es cerca de dos estados: Ohio y Kentucky."

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updated MAR 10, 2010
posted by helpwithspanish9

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If you wish to stay with your version you must use ESTAR with "está cerca". Estar is used with locations of physical objects such as buildings, chairs, rooms, mountains, rivers, etc. Ser is used for locations of non-physical objects concerts, dances, meetings, parties, etc.

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updated MAR 10, 2010
posted by 0074b507
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"Huntington esta al labo de un rio, y es cerca de dos estados: Ohio y Kentucky." Huntington queda al lado de un río y cerca de dos estados: Ohio y Kentucky. That'd be better I think

updated MAR 10, 2010
posted by margarolapola
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