Uses of Ser & Estar in Regards to the Location of an Event
So my question is about using ser when talking about place. I know that usually it's estar, except in the case of origin, for example ¿De dóndeeres?Soyde los estados unidos.
I also ran across something saying that you use ser instead of estar regarding location when you're talking about the location of an event, for example La fiestaesen mi casa. My question is regarding the asking of the question about where some event is happening. Would you use ser or estar to ask about where the party/race/move/ect is happening?
EX: which is right? ¿Dóndeestala fiesta? OR ¿Dóndeesla fiesta?
Hello Bumbbles, welcome to the Forum!
If you look carefully on the right side of the screen, right under the green button that says: "Ask a Question", you will find a place where you can do a search.
I suggest you do a search for the words "ser estar", and you will see lots and lots of answers that have been provided for this, one of the most commonly asked questions in this forum.
While you are at it, you may also do a search for "agua", and rid yourself forever of the nagging doubt of why "agua" seems to be of female gender, but is written as "el agua".
Have fun, and welcome!
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