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Los Verbos Ser y Estar

Based on pg. 253 in Avancemos 1: This is a brief lesson to begin practicing the uses of Ser and Estar.
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Angel Maldonado

on 16 September 2013

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Transcript of Los Verbos Ser y Estar

SER
ESTAR
TO BE...or TO BE...(that is the question)...
PRESENT TENSE CONJUGATIONS of SER
PRESENT TENSE CONJUGATIONS OF ESTAR
Origin
**Use "SER" to describe ORIGIN of someone or something.

Somos de Nueva York.
Description
**Use "SER" to describe someone.

Ellos son muy altos.
Occupation
**Use "SER" to indicate PROFESSIONS.

Mi abuelo es médico.
Relationship
**Use "SER" to IDENTIFY people or things and how they relate to you.

Es un libro.
Es mi libro.
Es mi madre.
TIME & DATE
**Use "SER" to give TIME and DATE

Ayer fue jueves, mañana es sábado...Hoy es viernes!
(more) PERMANENT
(MORE) TEMPORARY
Location
**Use "ESTAR" to indicate LOCATION.

Nosotros estamos en la escuela.
Estoy en Houston.
Condition
**Use "ESTAR" to describe CONDITIONS
¡Yo estoy muy enfermo!
Está sucio.
PRUEBALO... (You try it...)
Step 1: Copy down the English.
Step 2: Write the sentence in Spanish
using the verb Ser or Estar.
1) My sister is nice.
Mi hermana es simpática. (PERSONALITY)
2) They are at the movies.
Ellos están en el cine. (LOCATION)
3) He is a professor.
El es profesor. (PROFESSION)
4) Today, we are very happy!
¡Hoy, nosotros estamos muy contentos!
(FEELINGS, EMOTIONS)
¡YA ES TODO!
Characteristic
**Use "SER" to describe someone's PERSONALITY, CHARACTER , or PHYSICAL TRAITS.

Mi amiga es muy comica.
El es antipático.
Emotion
**Use "ESTAR" to describe FEELINGS.

Mis hermanos están muy enojados.
Estamos contentos.
Position
**Use "ESTAR" to express position of posture of a person or thing.

Estás sentado.
Estás acostado.
Action
**Use "ESTAR" to express the result of an action or the progressive.

El hombre está muerto.
Estoy comiendo ahora.
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