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02 Ser vs Estar – Estar practice

Hola. In this video, we’ll be practicing the verb estar (to be) in the present tense.

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Verb chart:

01 present tense - estar

Vocabulario:

verbos:

  • cansarse – to get tired
    • cansado – tired
  • cerrar – to close
    • cerrado – closed
  • dormir – to sleep
  • dormido – asleep
  • hacer – to do; to make
  • haciendo – doing; making
  • ir – to be
  • vamos a – we are going to ____.
  • lavar – to wash
  • mirar – to look
    • mirando – looking
  • morir – to die
    • muerto – dead
  • necesitar – to need
    • (yo) necesito – I need
  • sentarse – to take a seat
    • sentado – seated
  • tocar – to play [instrument]
    • tocando – playing
  • trabajar – to work
    • trabajando – working
  • vivir – to live
    • vivo – alive

sustantivos (nouns):

  • el baño – the bathroom
  • el examen – the test
  • el gato – the cat
  • el lunes – Monday
  • el papá – dad
  • el parque – the park
  • el refrigerador – the refrigerator
  • el restaurante – the restaurant
  • el señor – the (older) man
  • el sofá – the sofa
  • el suelo – the floor
  • la casa – the house
  • la leche – the milk
  • la llave – the key
  • la maestra – the (female) teacher
  • la mamá – the mom
  • la mañana – morning
  • la plaza – the plaza
  • la sopa – the soup
  • la tarea – the homework
  • la ventana – the window
  • los alumnos – the students
  • los estudiantes – the students
  • los pájaros – the birds
  • los pantalones – the pants
  • ¿quién? – who?
  • una amiga – a (female) friend
  • una semana – a week
  • una señora – a(n older) woman

otro (other):

  • bien – fine
  • ¡Cuidado! – careful!
  • caliente – hot
  • dos – two
  • en – in
  • encima de – on top of
  • frustrado – frustrated
  • gracias – thanks
  • mi(s) – my
  • muy – very
  • nervioso – nervous
  • por – for, because of
  • porque – because
  • siempre – always
  • su(s) – his/her/their
  • sucio – dirty
  • tu(s) – your
  • y – and

Related videos:

  1. Ser vs. estar – Using estar
  2. Ser vs. estar – More estar practice
  3. Ser vs. estar – Using ser
  4. Ser vs. estar – Ser practice
  5. Ser vs. estar – More ser practice
  6. Ser vs estar – Test #1
  7. Ser vs estar – Test #2
  8. Ser vs Estar  – Using Both with a change in meaning

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